Maija Isola's fascination for exotic countries and for travelling is clearly evident in her fabric designs of the 1970s. When abroad, Isola amassed numerous sketches and paintings which she used as the basis for many of her fabric prints. Tuuli, Finnish for “wind”, showcases swaying tree branches that are silhouetted against a white background. The movement of the wind is cleverly captured by focusing on the visual effect it has on trees as it moves through its branches and leaves. Continually reproduced in new colors, this botanical tree print is featured on an array of different Marimekko products such as bedding, shower curtains, fabric and napkins. Designed by Maija and Kristina Isola in 1971, this pattern has remained popular almost 40 years later.