Tilman Zitzmann, the designer behind Triangles has an eye for finding beauty in mathematics. Since 2010 he has been exploring the intersection of graphic design and geometry through his Geometry Daily project, from which Triangles was born:
“The design's lines are drawn with a simple algorithm using the Golden Angle, the lesser-known nephew of the famous Golden Ratio. The Golden Angle is often found in leaves and petals, which is why the resulting pattern reminds us of such natural structures.”— Tilman Zitzmann
Some brands say silk pocket squares are the only way to go, but we're not convinced. Our pocket squares are made of the same soft cotton as the larger furoshiki — not as showy as silk, and just the right weight to be easily folded and not feel bulky in your pocket (they're also machine washable, so you don't have to worry about actually using them).
All our designs are hand-printed in Japan, in a small family-owned factory just outside of Tokyo where they've been printing textiles for over 50 years. Apart from amazing attention to detail, they really know their colors. Inks are hand-mixed to perfection, then silk-screen printed until the color is equally rich on both sides of the fabric, so they look great however you fold them.