The Brooklyn Block has taken an item of clothing (a scarf) that can be pretty boring, and turned it into something beautiful with an interesting story to back it up. They shoot video around Brooklyn neighborhoods, take the video and process it into code that generates specific patterns. Those patterns are then printed onto scarves, reflecting the textures, layers, and colors that are from that neighborhood.
Neighborhood Scarves from The Brooklyn Block
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