Eco-Print is a printing method created by the Australian dyer India Flint. This technique enables to create true paintings made with leaves, flowers, barks, berries and so on, arranged on a piece of fabric, that one wraps and ties around a branch, before steaming or cooking it in water.
Trained at the school of Fine Arts, Aska has been seduced by the pictorial look of this printing technique, imbued with a spirit of constant creation which gives free rein to an almost infinite game of forms and colors. Aska has been all the more thrilled by this technique because it is part of a deeply eco and environment-friendly approach.
Aska has contacted Beata Jarmolowska, a polish artist who has developed this method as part of her various creations. Both have then started a collaboration, from which has stemmed an eco-print capsule collection. The effects are surprising, reminding sometimes watercolor, sometimes sepia or Indian ink, with strokes alternately blurred, powerful and well defined.