Textile with Brocade Date: 14th–15th century Culture: Spanish or Near Eastern Medium: Satin and plain weave; silk and metal threads Accession Number: 46.156.42

Textile with Brocade Date: 14th–15th century Culture: Spanish or Near Eastern Medium: Satin and plain weave; silk and metal threads Accession Number: 46.156.42

アイテム | ホーム コレクション | FABRICS | コットンファブリック | Marimekko (マリメッコ) 日本公式サイト

アイテム | ホーム コレクション | FABRICS | コットンファブリック | Marimekko (マリメッコ) 日本公式サイト


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The way this is painted reminds me of oil paintings or murals. What if the oils seem to come to life for a character, but actually its just hallucinations from the poisonous gases from the paint? The character struggles with mental issues and escapes into the walls and its paradise in the end, but dies in real life. The body is found slumped against smudged paint in a monotonous grey room.

The way this is painted reminds me of oil paintings or murals. What if the oils seem to come to life for a character, but actually its just hallucinations from the poisonous gases from the paint? The character struggles with mental issues and escapes into the walls and its paradise in the end, but dies in real life. The body is found slumped against smudged paint in a monotonous grey room.

ファブリック ≪ウニッコ≫(ケシの花)、図案デザイン:マイヤ・イソラ、 1964年 Unikko pattern designed for Marimekko by Maija Isola in 1964

ファブリック ≪ウニッコ≫(ケシの花)、図案デザイン:マイヤ・イソラ、 1964年 Unikko pattern designed for Marimekko by Maija Isola in 1964

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