Disrupting the Idea of Performance

Disrupting the Idea of Performance

Disrupting the Idea of Performance

Disrupting the Idea of Performance

Disrupting the Idea of Performance

Disrupting the Idea of Performance

Disrupting the Idea of Performance

Disrupting the Idea of Performance

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Hanabi

silver dragon

Application : Upholstery
Content : Face: 100% Silicone, Inherently Graffiti-Free, Middle : 100% Polyurethane
Backing : 100% Polyester
Width : 54"
Repeat : 27.375” H, 21.25” V
Abrasion : 300,000+ Double Rubs (Wyzenbeek)
Hydrolysis : 15+ weeks (ISO 1419)
Flammability : CA Bulletin 117-2013, UFAC/NFPA 260; IMO A652(16) 8.2
Cleaning : W/S
Environmental : DMF Free, PVC/Phthalates Free, No added FR/Anti-Bacterial
Complies with Healthier Hospitals

Inspired by a burst of happiness, Hanabi is adorned in fireworks and blossoming flowers by Brooklyn-based artist Elodie Blanchard. Known for crafting intricate, vibrant bouquets and floral fields using small, repurposed textile scraps, Blanchard’s pattern has been digitally printed on polyurethane and topped with a 100% silicone layer, preserving the rich colors of the original works. Derived from the Japanese words “Hanabi,” meaning fireworks, the colors are named after different fireworks shapes - Crossette, Dahlia, Willow, Waterfall, and Silver Dragon. Watch Elodie Blanchard’s Interview
Crossette
Crossette
Dahlia
Dahlia
Silver Dragon
Silver Dragon
Waterfall
Waterfall
Willow
Willow

Application : Upholstery
Content : Face: 100% Silicone, Inherently Graffiti-Free, Middle : 100% Polyurethane
Backing : 100% Polyester
Width : 54"
Repeat : 27.375” H, 21.25” V
Abrasion : 300,000+ Double Rubs (Wyzenbeek)
Hydrolysis : 15+ weeks (ISO 1419)
Flammability : CA Bulletin 117-2013, UFAC/NFPA 260; IMO A652(16) 8.2
Cleaning : W/S
Environmental : DMF Free, PVC/Phthalates Free, No added FR/Anti-Bacterial
Complies with Healthier Hospitals

Inspired by a burst of happiness, Hanabi is adorned in fireworks and blossoming flowers by Brooklyn-based artist Elodie Blanchard. Known for crafting intricate, vibrant bouquets and floral fields using small, repurposed textile scraps, Blanchard’s pattern has been digitally printed on polyurethane and topped with a 100% silicone layer, preserving the rich colors of the original works. Derived from the Japanese words “Hanabi,” meaning fireworks, the colors are named after different fireworks shapes - Crossette, Dahlia, Willow, Waterfall, and Silver Dragon. Watch Elodie Blanchard’s Interview

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