The non-figurative Jokeri (joker) design dates back to the time when influences from contemporary youth culture were perhaps most strongly evident in Annika Rimala’s rhythmic patterns. The flawless combination of lilac and brown creates a warm and timeless pattern. The Marimekko lunch napkin is printed with non-toxic, water-based colors on recycled paper. These 100% biodegradable napkins make for a stylish and eco-friendly way to enjoy the convenience of disposable napkins.
Price is for set of 20 3-ply paper napkins. Printed with water-based colors on recycled tissue. 100% biodegradable.
The bold prints of Marimekko are the first to come to mind for many when thinking about Finnish design. Marimekko’s impact reaches beyond Finland, however, as Marimekko is said to be one of the world’s first real lifestyle brands offering fashion and accessories alongside h... More Marimekko
Annika Rimala was a driven Marimekko designer who used cheerful patterns and liberating shapes to define her fashion sensibilities. A student of graphic arts at the Institute of Industrial Arts of in Helsinki, she was encouraged to work at Marimekko by the keen eye of her neighbor. Her firs... More Annika Rimala