Pay ode to Maija Isola’s poppy print in a minimal way while celebrating the centenary of Finland's independence with the Finland (Suomi) 100 colorway. he 1964 Unikko pattern on this generously-sized blue hand towel is revealed purely through the embossment of the petals, stems and centers. This variation in texture does not affect the plush, durable and absorbent quality of the 100% cotton terry composition. A nod to prints but a true solid, this hybrid could be beautifully combined with other Marimekko bath towels, such as Marimekko Nimikko and Ujo, for a unique yet cohesive linen closet.
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
Undisputedly the most famous textile designer to have existed at Marimekko, Maija Isola created over 500 prints during her long and colorful employment. The height of her design notoriety occurred during the 1960’s, right around the time when she created her explosive Unikko pattern. In add... More Maija Isola