The Persian “Paisley” motif frequently appears in the textile industry and is a source of inspiration for many Indian scarves and carpets. To many people, this signature design brings a strong sense of ethnic touch and is considered to be of great value. To make the appearance of the Dancing Scarf’ different, softer colors are used instead of the traditional ones, which are full of vibrant colors. Furthermore, the number of intricate graphic elements are reduced for a simpler design. In this presentation, the motion graphic shows the production process in reverse - from the end product (the finished scarf) to the initial graphics created on the computer. In the reversed video, the gradual transformation from the actual object in the real world to its graphical representation in the virtual one reflects the close relationship between the object in two different worlds. The Indian background music links to the graphic printed on the scarf to bind the whole composition together.