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Howard Finster. Don’t Fuss On This Phone, #14,286. 1990. Paint and marker on rotary phone.Slotin Folk Art     Delta Blues To Visual Blues - Day 1

Don’t Fuss On This Phone, Paint and marker on rotary phone.Slotin Folk Art Delta Blues To Visual Blues - Day 1

Tour the Marimekko factory in Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki Ink

Helsinki Ink: Step inside Marimekko’s printing factory for a look at how its iconic textiles come to life.

Maija Isola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, Principle textile designer for Marimekko

"In Isola defied Marimekko founder Armi Ratia's ban on floral patterns, setting the style of the company by painting the famous Unikko (Poppy) pattern in bold pink, red and black on white; the pattern has been in production ever since.

Katsuji Wakisaka   In the 1970’s, Marimekko desired to expand their horizons and pursued the talents of two impressive Japanese textile artists, Katsuji Wakisaka and Fujiwo Ishimoto. In particular, Katsuji Wakisaka introduced new aesthetics which enriched and expanded the Marimekko style.

Katsuji Wakisaka In the Marimekko desired to expand their horizons and pursued the talents of two impressive Japanese textile artists, Katsuji Wakisaka and Fujiwo Ishimoto. In particular, Katsuji Wakisaka int.

Maija Isola (born 15 March 1927 in Riihimäki, Finland, died 3 March 2001) was a leading Finnish designer of printed textiles. She also had a career as a visual artist

Maija Isola (born 15 March 1927 in Riihimäki, Finland, died 3 March was a leading Finnish designer of printed textiles. She also had a career as a visual artist

American Artisan Show 2017 Artisans - Wilton Historical Society

"Jonah in the Whale's Mouth" by Jac and Patricia (handcarved salvaged wood sculpture)

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