About This Museum Bag
Our artist decorates this Museum Bag with (harmless) textile paint, he uses different techniques (brush, stamping and airbrushing). Its main design is musical symbols.
Choosing the Color Of the Bag
We have chosen the colors of this Museum Bag to match the chromatic range of the background fabric. Textile painting has always been a privileged form of expression since time immemorial, both to represent life and the world that surrounds the human being, as well as the relationship that he had with nature and the cosmos. Our painting techniques vary according to the designs and creativity of the Yaranga artist. First of all, the artist selects the different sizes of the shirts, then begins to place them on the easels to paint them, chooses the paints, carries out the respective tests and finally begins the painting process.
Textile Paint No Toxic for Museum Bag
This textile paint is not toxic, it is easy to handle and apply. It is resistant to washing, mixable with each other and allows to fix to the cold. We use brushes, sponges, stencils, directly from the container or with an airbrush. We use this paint to paint on fabrics, canvases or any other textile surface, such as cotton. In the Museum Bag we normally use cotton fabrics, which is the most important soft fiber textile in the world, extracted by producers from a plant of the same name, whose cultivation is very old.
Quality of our Museum Bag
It is made of 100% raw cotton, in a natural beige color, it retains all the attributes of the original clothing, revealing its fabric on which we apply innocuous textile paints with various designs that range from a landscape of Teide, with its Tajinastes and its Roque Chinchado , to emblematic Canarian Pintaderas, harmonizing colors and textures. The bag has an expandable bottom to offer greater capacity. It has a reinforced handle to support more weight.
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