A small-scale version of Aino-Maija Metsola's Ojakellukka print, a modern take on the Water Avens flowering plant, finds itself on an extra large tray. The round surface is made from fabric pressed onto plywood and laminated, making it sturdy enough to hold plenty of appetizers and easily wiped clean with a damp cloth.
The bold, effusive prints and textiles of Marimekko are the first to come to mind for many when thinking about Finnish design. Founded in 1951 by Finnish couple Viljo and Armi Ratia, the name Marimekko translated literally means "Mary-dress." Marimekko’s impact reaches beyo... More Marimekko
A graphic designer and illustrator, Aino-Maija Metsola lives in the city of Helsinki but loves to venture out into the forests and countryside’s to get inspiration for her unique patterns. Metsola holds herself to a high-standard and is never content with a design that is not complete, so s... More Aino-Maija Metsola