Shader is a waterproof canvas fabric commonly used to dress transportation vehicles. Its main function is to protect goods such as fruits and vegetables from natural elements as they travel long distances. Bokja has found that the Shader also serves as a film that records and consequently portrays human activity. Like human skin, its constant exposure to an exterior realm illustrates a passing of time. As a collector and manipulator of textiles, Bokja seeks to expand on the significance of this surface through its use in our latest collection. For this collection, the shader is juxtaposed and fused with a wide array of other fabrics to construct a new redefined surface. Said surface is finally treated with traditional embroidery. The resulting textile is then used to dress furniture items and tapestries.