Through a slow, labor-intensive process, artist Marcela Bensabat coaxes leaves to release their shape and tint onto natural fabrics. Fallen leaves gathered in the artist's neighborhood in Southern California, such as geraniums, eucalyptus, and liquidambar, many times go unnoticed until they leave their imprint on her scarves and shawls. The leaves are wrapped in the garments into bundles, all is boiled, and then left to dry in the sun before finally revealing their forms and colors giving them a new life.