Lumi is a design team determined to take photography off the screen and onto fabric.
Based on Inkodye -- a type of dye that develops its color through sunlight -- photographs can be printed on any natural fiber, including cotton and silk.
Inkodye is currently available in red, orange and blue. Once printed on supplied transparent film, you transfer the print to fabric, which is then washed with detergent after you achieve the level of color you're after.
Images can be taken with a standard camera or smartphone, where an accompanying app (currently available for iOS) can tweak, save and sent photos.
The Kickstarter campaign managed to reach $268,437 in funding, based on a $50,000 goal.