Furoshiki (風呂敷) are square pieces of cloth used in Japan to wrap items and carry them. They are perfect as reusable gift wrapping or quick DIY tote bags. You can also use them as scarves, or simply hang them on the wall as a decoration.
Hajime Okamoto was born in Osaka, Japan. Influenced by his time on a cultural exchange program to China, he focuses on calligraphy, painting and zen concepts. The Kabamaru series debuted in 1998, and has since become Okamoto's most famous works.