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A close up photo of a model's hip wearing a small, rectangular, cross-body bag. The bag is white with a life-size black silhouette of a ginkgo leaf. There is a small label tag on the right side seam of the bag.A close up photo of a model's hip wearing a small, rectangular, cross-body bag. The bag is tan with a life-size, white silhouette of a ginkgo leaf. There is a small label tag on the right side seam of the bag.

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Diane Itter x FWM

Ginkgo (passport bag)

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Description

Ginkgo trees stand out for their unique leaf shape (and their odorous “fruit” in the autumn), but they are also extremely resilient—a captivating symbol of strength and beauty. Hand-screenprinted onsite in the FWM studios, this Ginkgo passport bag—with two pockets and a comfortable crossbody strap—is perfect for carrying a few items on the go.

Did you know? The first species of this “living fossil” present in America was brought to Philadelphia at the Woodlands estate of William Hamilton in the late 18th century, which is still home to some of the oldest ginkgos around.

Diane Itter, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia.

Printed on cotton
Approximately 5 x 8.5 inches

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Meet the Artist

Diane Itter

Diane Itter is an American fiber artist mostly known for her works of knotted and brightly colored thread. During her 1978 residency, she designed her Ginkgo yardage using simple imagery of ginkgo leaf silhouettes and experimented with different colorways and functional uses for her design.