Paper Scarf from Little Factory

How far would you go with a scarf?

Wool, silk, cashmere… if you are bored with the ordinary materials for a scarf, would you be adventurous enough to wear a sheet of paper around your neck? Yes, a sheet of paper which makes a stylish and nice-looking scarf!

The Paper Scarf resembles a long sheet of notepaper with embroidered lines. You can add even more fun by writing or drawing on it just like what you do on a regular piece of paper*. The scarf is made of renowned paper-like material Tyvek ® from DuPont™, which is widely used as protective apparel for industrial workers and medical packaging. The material is elastic, extremely durable yet lightweight, water resistant yet breathable. It becomes softer as you wear it. Surprisingly, it keeps you warm from moderately cold weather.


Cover it in chocolate and a miracle or two.

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)


After Us

Ultimately the path to recovery is not to find someone new for yourself, but to find someone new in yourself.
Directed by Philip Wang
Written by Philip Wang with Christine Chen
Behind the Scenes:
Director’s Commentary: coming soon

Produced by 
Wesley Chan
Christine Chen
Ted Fu
Philip Wang

Victoria Park
Kevin Wu

Anna Lisa Flinchbaugh
Elissa Shay
Philip Wang 

Featured Music
“Siren” & “The View” - April Nhem
“Weak” - Daphne Khoo

Additional Music
Kenson Lee

Sound Recordist
Dennis Tran
Taylor Chan

Visual Effects
Kenson Lee

Behind the Scenes
Taylor Chan

Production Assistants
Melody Cheng
Jillian Barayang

Special Thanks
Chris Dinh
Diana Tran
Janice Paik
“Chynna” Little Tokyo, Los Angeles
“Factory Tea Bar” San Gabriel
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