Rut Bryk och Tapio Wirkkala

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Tapio Wirkkala bottles.

Tapio Wirkkala bottles.

Tapio Wirkkala; Glass and Gilt Bronze Decanter, 1960s.

Tapio Wirkkala; Glass and Gilt Bronze Decanter, 1960s.

Tapio Wirkkala (1915-1985) was a Finnish designer and sculptor, a major figure of post-war design. The range of his work was immense, from plastic ketchup bottles and metalware to glass, ceramics and plywood in a range of styles to graphic art including the design of Finland's banknotes in 1955 to stoneware, jewelry, and furniture for mass production to individual sculptures in several media. Wirkkala earned honors in numerous international exhibitions.

Tapio Wirkkala (1915-1985) was a Finnish designer and sculptor, a major figure of post-war design. The range of his work was immense, from plastic ketchup bottles and metalware to glass, ceramics and plywood in a range of styles to graphic art including the design of Finland's banknotes in 1955 to stoneware, jewelry, and furniture for mass production to individual sculptures in several media. Wirkkala earned honors in numerous international exhibitions.

Tapio Wirkkala for Iittala, Antonio da Ros for Cenedese and Emanuel Beranek for Skrdlovice.

Tapio Wirkkala for Iittala, Antonio da Ros for Cenedese and Emanuel Beranek for Skrdlovice.

Tapio Wirkkala

Tapio Wirkkala

1975-1984 Iittala (Finland) 'Arnica' Vase by Tapio Wirkkala

1975-1984 Iittala (Finland) 'Arnica' Vase by Tapio Wirkkala

TAPIO, BOWL. IITTALA by Tapio Wirkkala

TAPIO, BOWL. IITTALA by Tapio Wirkkala

Tapio Wirkkala  juice glasses 2204, 30 cl Iittala 1956-69  In Finland, juice usually means berry juice, since Finland's forests abound with different berries, which are free for anyone to pick. Thus, berry juice has always been a free beverage. In the 50s and 60s, when these glasses were produced, lemonade was still too expensive for the average person to afford.

Tapio Wirkkala juice glasses 2204, 30 cl Iittala 1956-69 In Finland, juice usually means berry juice, since Finland's forests abound with different berries, which are free for anyone to pick. Thus, berry juice has always been a free beverage. In the 50s and 60s, when these glasses were produced, lemonade was still too expensive for the average person to afford.

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WIRKKALA for Iittala, 1960

WIRKKALA for Iittala, 1960

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