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Marimekko multicolored harlequin full shirt long sleeved large tunic top

Gunta Stölzl - Bauhaus Master - This needs to be a quilt in my house

Gunta Stölzl: textile design, Bauhaus Archiv, Berlin, I would really, really like to weave this.

Sorja, Design: Jenni Tuominen for Marimekko

Shop the original Marimekko fabrics here, including classics such as Unikko and Siirtolapuutarha. Sold by the meter or repeat.

Joseph Peller spent April 2013 at a month-long printmaking residency at the Guanlan Printmaking Base in Guanlan, China. While there, he completed six editions. During his travels, he visited Japan to view the work of Japanese printmakers Hokusai, Hasui, and Hiroshi.

Joseph Peller spent April 2013 at a month-long printmaking residency at the Guanlan Printmaking Base in Guanlan, China.

Fabulous Florence – Behind the scenes at Signature Prints | The Design Files

Fabulous Florence - Behind the scenes at Signature Prints - The Design Files

Slow Color by Morgan Clifford

Slow Color by Morgan Clifford

The versatile Steelcut Trio textile debuts in new colours this Salone del Mobile

The versatile Steelcut Trio textile debuts in new colours this Salone del Mobile

Ceramic sculptor Jun Kaneko puts some muscle into moving one of his monumental Dango clay sculptures. Dango means “dumpling” or “closed form” in Japanese. Jun Kaneko moving one of his Dango sculptures on a cart, 1986 / unidentified photographer. Dorothy Weiss Gallery records, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Ceramic sculptor Jun Kaneko puts some muscle into moving one of his monumental Dango clay sculptures. Dango means “dumpling” or “closed form” in Japanese. Jun Kaneko moving one of his Dango sculptures on a cart, 1986

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