This distinctive scarf is a close-up image of a Northern Flicker’s breast feathers taken by photographer Clare Hodgetts. In North America, these birds are believed to bring good luck and healing. The warm earthy tones and textural patterns give you many opportunities to vary the look of this beautiful piece to compliment your outfit.
Of this image Clare says, “I have always been fascinated by the intricacies of bird feathers – how hundreds and thousands of feathers line up to make such striking patterns. Several years ago, I had the wonderful experience of having access to the Museum of Nature’s bird collection and was able to take close up images of many bird feathers. That experience sparked a dream to print a bird feather pattern on a piece of clothing – making it into a wearable art piece.”
Each scarf is produced from a custom milled fabric made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic and diverts three bottles from the waste stream. They are soft and flowy and feel beautiful around your neck. All scarves are sustainably produced and are developed and manufactured employing the highest ethical production standards.
A portion of Clare's 'Flicker' scarves is donated to the Canadian Wildlife Federation
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