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Vintage Japanese Kimono Textile (Bingata) Sleeve For iPads

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Vintage Japanese Kimono Textile (Bingata) Sleeve For iPads
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Slim and super protective – meet the custom Rickshaw iPad sleeve. Made with water resistant fabrics and an ultra-plush padded liner, this sleeve delivers protection while beautifully displaying your artwork and text. Made in California with a focus on environmentally sustainable production, the Rickshaw iPad sleeve is a simple, stylish, and sustainable solution for protecting your electronic device.

  • Water resistant, extra durable.
  • Ultra-plush protective lining.
  • Simple, elegant slip-cover design.
  • Made with a sustainability focus in San Francisco, CA.
  • Designed for Apple iPad 2/3/4, iPad Air, and iPad Air 2.
  • Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product has multiple customizable design areas.
    • Horizontal Orientation: The customizable area of the front of the sleeve measures 10.38" x 8". For best results, please add 1/3" bleed. The customizable area of the back of the sleeve measures 10.38" x 8.94". For best results, please add 1/3" bleed.
    • Vertical Orientation: The customizable area of the front of the sleeve measures 8.5" x 10.13". For best results, please add 1/6" bleed. The customizable area of the back of the sleeve measures 8.5" x 11". For best results, please add 2/9" bleed.
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Vintage Japanese Kimono Textile (Bingata) Sleeve For iPads
Bingata (Okinawan: 紅型, literally "red style") is an Okinawan traditional resist dyed cloth, made using stencils and other methods. It is generally brightly colored and features various patterns, usually depicting natural subjects such as fish, water, and flowers. Bingata is worn during traditional Ryūkyū arts performances and historical reenactments. Bingata dates from the Ryūkyū Kingdom period (c. 14th century), when the island of Okinawa experienced an influx of foreign goods and manufacturing techniques. It is believed to have developed as a synthesis of Indian, Chinese, and Javanese dying processes.
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