A home textile trend inspired Miira Zukale to study the plants in Finnish forests with the aim to bring them alive as papercut patterns.
These graphic and colorful patterns are designed by Nonodd Design Studio. They are available for licensing around the world.
This time you have a chance to get to know nature-themed patterns by Noora Hattunen. Actually, you get to step into her daydream at Olavinlinna castle, built in the 15th century.
Ilana Vähätupa’s close-to grayscale pattern designs are inspired by nature: stones, rocks, callunas, and lichens.
The newest pattern set by designer Ammi Lahtinen consist of three nature-inspired patterns: Raitakukka, Kesäilta and Syystuuli.
Tiina Taivainen’s Poppies pattern family consists of three watercolor patterns both in bright colorways as well as in vintage-like worn out colors.
Last winter Miira Zukale spent a month in an artist’s residence in the Eastern part of Finland, in the middle of nowhere, in deep forest.
Hanna Ruusulampi designed three patterns with the theme At the campfire. This is how she describes the design process and the stories behind each pattern.
Today we will have a chance to take a peek to the Wild Garden by Nonodd Design Studio. They are suitable e.g. for interior textiles, wallpapers or bedlinen.