Yellow Kitchen Napkins
Designed in 1964 by Maija Isola, the Unikko (poppy) design has been the most popular Marimekko print since its introduction. Challenging the common notion of decorative florals, Unikko broke from tradition with its creative pop art interpretation in bold, simplified pattern and bright color. Reproduced in infinite color combinations over its 47-year history, the pattern remains current while symbolizing the ...
The exuberant beauty of sun-kissed autumnal flora beams in the fanciful nut-laden walnut (pahkinapuu) branches of Katsuji Wakisaka's 1974 design. Lyrical leafs, nuts and stems in tonal orange and brown on light grey evoke the nature-inspired motifs of traditional Japanese design. -Pattern designed by Katsuji Wakisaka; 1974 -3-ply printed tissue -Made in Finland