In Onnenmaa (lit. Arcadia) pattern we concentrated on brush
painting and free association to build a dream-like temporarily
safe space from the daunting world situation.
Photography: Suvi Kesäläinen
Model: Mathilda L.
Location: Erik Bryggmanin Ylösnousemuskappeli (1941), Turku, Finland
In Rakkauden meri (Sea of Love) print we wanted to celebrate love and unpredictable ways it changes lives of individuals.
In Yötön yö (Nightless Night) summer collection we designed products that combine natural beauty of 100% hemp fabric and bring sustainable luxury to everyday life. Products are excellent for spontaneous summer adventures and all-year round moments of leisure.
We designed our dream summer hats.
In Päivin ja öin (lit. Day and Night) collection we wanted to celebrate everyday life. We designed a collection of usable, timeless products that elevate your daily life with their warmness and softness.
With Mielenmaisemia (lit. Mindscapes) we wanted to celebrate beauty, memories and imagination. To find meaningful existance you don’t have to travel far.
Unien talo (lit. House of Dreaming) pattern was inspired by our renovation project of 104-year old log house and our dreams of architecture.
In Ikiaika (lit. The Eternal) collection we wanted to channel the aesthetics of prehistoric Finnish cave paintings and artefacts into a modern and interesting hand-drawn print fabric.
For Seitsemän palaa (lit. Seven pieces) print we drew large amount of patterns that we constructed into caleidoscopic form according to shapes of ancient tangram transformation puzzle game.
Maailman synty (lit. The Birth of the World) print is inspired by the age old Finnish creation myths and the rich Finnish wall rug tradition.