Here are more of the Ginko Tapestry hats for the de Young Museum Residency.
One of my older hats will be used in a fashion photo shoot this Saturday for a hat calendar for The Asian American Cancer Support Network. The fashion photographer, Tony Maesto, is wonderful and I can't wait to see the images he takes.
This Ginko leaf hat is the largest one. It is made of Chinese and Japanese food wrappers, silk, produce netting and Chinese knots (I am learning these knots from a book Stacie Tamaki lent to me. Thanks Stacie!)
This is the back view of the Large Ginko Leaf Hat. The wires and elastic band will be hidden under hair.
Here is a medium sized ginko leaf hat.
Here is the smallest ginko leaf hat. It will fit my four year old perfectly.