Marimekko Borsellino Clip Rosa Fucsia
Tomominen has a background in the graphic arts and is interested in combining different materials and using different techniques for printing on paper. This interest was also the starting point for the tubiraita design (tubular strip). After finding a piece of mosquito net in the attic of her summer house, Jenni spread the ink on the net and pressed him on paper sheets. The result was an intriguing network that inspired the designer to further experiment with rubber and net mats. The surface thus created was combined with stripes - and the tubiraita print was born. The price is intended to the linear meter width 140 h 1Metro
It started with a dress. In the 1950s, Marimekko’s trail-blazing founder Armi Ratia created the brand’s very first pieces; a vividly printed range of liberating dresses that reflected her confident spirit. Contrary to the traditional attire of the time, Ratia’s designs embraced looser silhouettes, bold, colourful prints and a free-spirited sensibility made to empower women. This legacy still lives on today, and Marimekko’s eye-catching range of printed pieces now extends to accessories, homewares, ceramics and more. Each piece is expertly printed in the brand’s Helsinki printing factory and the Finnish company’s vibrant motifs are instantly recognisable – give a special friend or loved one a stylish surprise with a playful printed tote bag, chic mug or colourful set of notecards.