Pixel Map Knit Throw
We love the language of textile weaving and owe some of its evolution to mathematician Ada Lovelace whose work in part inspired Joseph Marie Jacquard, inventor of the the Jacquard loom. This loom, considered the precursor to the computer with its punch card drafts, was used as a form of binary code which held the textile design. Inspired by this revolutionary 19th century technology, the Pixel Map throw is a favorite amongst the new designs from Studio Herron.
Perfect addition to your bed or sofa. Great for road trips, picnics, stargazing and anything that requires maximum chilling!
Care: Wash on cold gentle cycle, tumble dry
Size and Material: 50 x 60 inches – Please note these are knit by people and sizing can sometimes be an inch or two wider or longer. Colors may vary slightly from each production run.
80% upcycled cotton, 20% recycled polyester
Designed by Aubrey Pittman-Heglund – Made in the USA