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Marimekko

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WHO is Marimekko

Armi Ratia Marimekko founder est. 1951 An entrepreneur with impressive ambition, Armi Ratia revolutionized textile design with her company, Marimekko. Marimekko translated literally means “Mary-dress.” In the wake of a gloomy and depressed post World War II climate, Ratia exploded onto the scene with colorful and fresh fabrics which led her company into a new era filled with hope and new beginnings. Founding the company in 1951, Ratia took textile design in a new direction. By hiring young…

Illustration - illustration - Marimekko www. illustration : – Picture : – Description Marimekko www.creativeboysc… -Read More – Textile Patterns, Textile Design, Color Patterns, Fabric Design, Print Patterns, Textiles, Scandinavian Fabric, Scandinavian Design, Surface Design

Puutarhurin Parhaat oilcloth, black-green

With a pattern of vegetables, flowers and mushrooms, Maija Louekari has captured summer in this beautiful Puutarhurin parhaat oilcloth. Choose between different colors.

Marimekko fabrics - Buy online from Finnish Design Shop. Discover Unikko and other Marimekko fabrics for a modern home! Design Textile, Fabric Design, Pattern Design, Fabric Patterns, Print Patterns, Pattern Print, Marimekko Fabric, Motifs Textiles, Embroidery Stitches

WHO is Marimekko

Armi Ratia Marimekko founder est. 1951 An entrepreneur with impressive ambition, Armi Ratia revolutionized textile design with her company, Marimekko. Marimekko translated literally means “Mary-dress.” In the wake of a gloomy and depressed post World War II climate, Ratia exploded onto the scene with colorful and fresh fabrics which led her company into a new era filled with hope and new beginnings. Founding the company in 1951, Ratia took textile design in a new direction. By hiring young…

Marimekko Siirtolapuutarha Dinner Plate Let this Siirtolapuutarha plate influence an appreciation for mushrooms as it's decorated with a line drawing of a cut mushroom. This dinner plate is a part of the Marimekko Oiva dinnerware collection . Ceramic Plates, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Decor, Textures Patterns, Print Patterns, Pattern Designs, Graphic Patterns, Color Patterns, Assiette Design

WHO is Marimekko

Armi Ratia Marimekko founder est. 1951 An entrepreneur with impressive ambition, Armi Ratia revolutionized textile design with her company, Marimekko. Marimekko translated literally means “Mary-dress.” In the wake of a gloomy and depressed post World War II climate, Ratia exploded onto the scene with colorful and fresh fabrics which led her company into a new era filled with hope and new beginnings. Founding the company in 1951, Ratia took textile design in a new direction. By hiring young…

Spunky blossoms traverse playful patterns on this Marimekko Sirrtolapuutarha fabric. Stripes, dots, and circles intersect with playful flowers in various shades of blue and green on this Marimekko Sirr Green Tablecloth, Vinyl Tablecloth, Tablecloths, Turquoise Fabric, Green Fabric, Pvc Fabric, Cotton Fabric, Card Table Makeover, Marimekko Fabric

WHO is Marimekko

Armi Ratia Marimekko founder est. 1951 An entrepreneur with impressive ambition, Armi Ratia revolutionized textile design with her company, Marimekko. Marimekko translated literally means “Mary-dress.” In the wake of a gloomy and depressed post World War II climate, Ratia exploded onto the scene with colorful and fresh fabrics which led her company into a new era filled with hope and new beginnings. Founding the company in 1951, Ratia took textile design in a new direction. By hiring young…

Marimekko Siirtolap Table Cloth by: Marimekko Balance Design, Decor Scandinavian, Textiles, Bold Prints, Vintage Disney, Surface Design, Textile Design, Printing On Fabric, Pattern Design

WHO is Marimekko

Armi Ratia Marimekko founder est. 1951 An entrepreneur with impressive ambition, Armi Ratia revolutionized textile design with her company, Marimekko. Marimekko translated literally means “Mary-dress.” In the wake of a gloomy and depressed post World War II climate, Ratia exploded onto the scene with colorful and fresh fabrics which led her company into a new era filled with hope and new beginnings. Founding the company in 1951, Ratia took textile design in a new direction. By hiring young…

 1951 An entrepreneur with impressive ambition, Armi Ratia revolutionized textile design w. Marimekko Fabric, Balance Design, Future Trends, Young Designers, Design Museum, Antique Prints, Bold Prints, Artists Like, Textile Design

WHO is Marimekko

Armi Ratia Marimekko founder est. 1951 An entrepreneur with impressive ambition, Armi Ratia revolutionized textile design with her company, Marimekko. Marimekko translated literally means “Mary-dress.” In the wake of a gloomy and depressed post World War II climate, Ratia exploded onto the scene with colorful and fresh fabrics which led her company into a new era filled with hope and new beginnings. Founding the company in 1951, Ratia took textile design in a new direction. By hiring young…

An entrepreneur with impressive ambition, Armi Ratia revolutionized textile design with her company, Marimekko. Marimekko, Thats Not My Age, Picnic Blanket, Outdoor Blanket, Balance Design, Future Trends, Young Designers, Bold Prints, Artists Like

WHO is Marimekko

Armi Ratia Marimekko founder est. 1951 An entrepreneur with impressive ambition, Armi Ratia revolutionized textile design with her company, Marimekko. Marimekko translated literally means “Mary-dress.” In the wake of a gloomy and depressed post World War II climate, Ratia exploded onto the scene with colorful and fresh fabrics which led her company into a new era filled with hope and new beginnings. Founding the company in 1951, Ratia took textile design in a new direction. By hiring young…