Victorian art is woefully short of dinosaurs. Take for example, the most famous Victorian designer, William Morris, who worked for 40 years creating books, paintings, embroidery, stained glass, and hundreds of lavish wallpaper designs. But do you see any dinosaurs? Nope.
But we fixed that. Don drew a parody of Bill’s most famous pattern—Strawberry Thief. But this new design includes all the dinosaurs you could ever want and each one is nibbling a fresh strawberry. The pattern is called Strawberry Thieves and it’s available on a square scarf, long scarf, necktie, and pocket square. Get some tips on caring for your Calamityware silk here.
Square scarf 36" square (90 cm) silk habotai (8 mommes) with hand-hemmed, rolled edges. Silk habotai is the fine silk weave originally developed for kimonos. Very light with a smooth surface. It’s the best of the best.
Long scarf 27" x 78" (68 cm x 198 cm) silk habotai (8 mommes) with hand-hemmed, rolled edges. Perfect for someone who prefers a long scarf and some thunder lizards eating fruit.
Necktie 3" wide (7 cm) silk twill to add a subtle charm to your wardrobe.
Pocket square 12" (30 cm) silk twill (14 mommes) with hand-hemmed, rolled edges. Perfect to add a dash of color and prehistoric fruit-lovers to your blazer pocket. Some people have said they plan to frame the pocket square to spice up an art collection.