This eye-catching cotton cushion cover features the Jokeri Papajo pattern. This is a captivating combination of two patterns made in the 1960s by the amazingly talented, Annika Rimala. The contrast of beige and turquoise allows for the large scales design to compliment smaller proportioned ones. The Jokeri pattern was inspired by contemporary youth culture while the Papajo pattern came from the beauty of Maya civilization. By combining these two designs, we are able to have a unique pattern unlike anything you can find anywhere else. This pillow is complete with a side zipper and is sewn using the whole width of the fabric, therefore its appearance may vary slightly. Each item is unique from one another.
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