Eco-printing is an ever-evolving technique of borrowing the shape of leaves or flowers by transmitting them on natural textiles to form a lasting memory.
Tannin-rich leaves, like - rose, guava, eucalyptus, and oaks, are used to etch their distinct mark on textiles, through the color present in the leaves. The same technique is used to dye with flowers or kitchen waste as well.
Every eco-printed piece celebrates the harmonious relationship between human creativity and the environment and serves as a reminder of our communication and collaboration with nature. This elaborate process can take up to 2-3 days to dye one garment, and always results in unique, one-of-kind results, where no two pieces are alike, yet all beautiful in their own right.