-16% Marimekko

NAATIT

Home Collection Fall 2022

pattern design Antti Kekki, 2021

The Naatit (tops) print was inspired by harvest time – treats from the vegetable patch have just been carried to the table. Designer Antti Kekki wanted to pair graphic shapes with delicate organic details, using negative spaces to add a sense of depth and create playful forms. 

Fabrics / tissus

Fabrics are sold by the decimetre (1 metre = 10 decimetres). For example, If you need 2.2 m, choose 22 units.


Width 145 cm
Printed in Finland

Naatit 860 heavyweight cotton fabric  
100 % cotton
repeat 88 cm
4.30 > € 2.15

Naatit 860 acrylic coated cotton fabric  
100 % acrylic coated cotton
repeat 88 cm
5.50 > € 2.75

Pienet Naatit 886 cotton panama fabric  
100 % cotton
repeat 62 cm
4.30 > € 2.15

Cushion covers / housses de coussin

Naatit 860 cushion cover 

50 x 50 cm
100 % cotton
35 > € 17.50  

Pienet Naatit 886 cushion cover 

50 x 50 cm
100 % cotton
35 > € 17.50  

Matching collections

Stripes have always been an integral part of the world of Marimekko patterns. Kalasääski (osprey), a vivid freehand pattern of vertical and diagonal stripes, is one of the innumerable striped designs created for Marimekko by Maija Isola.

-50%

-50%

Kalasääski 861 cotton fabric  
100 % cotton
repeat 88 cm
4.30 > € 2.15

Kalasääski 861 cushion cover 

40 x 60 cm
100 % cotton
47 > € 23.50  

Created by Antti Kekki using the paper cutout technique, the Rukinlapa (distaff) pattern was inspired by traditional, ornamental handicraft. In the pattern, one can see a series of distaffs decorated with a vegetal theme. Together, they seem to form a vine climbing up the wall.

Rukinlapa Cotton fabric 560
100 % Cotton

Repeat 62 cm
4.30 > € 3.61  

Rukinlapa cushion cover 560

50 x 50 cm
100 % Cotton
35 > € 29.40  

Rukinlapa tote bag 560

44 x 43 cm 

100 % Cotton 

32 > € 26.88

Rukinlapa oven mitten 560

100 % Cotton 

Padding 100 % Polyester

21 > € 17.64

Rukinlapa pot holder 560

100 % Cotton 

Padding 100 % Polyester

13 > € 10.92

Matching products

Mini vase 500

Ø5.5 x 6 cm
35 > € 29.40  

Umpu vase 900

Ø18.6 x 20 cm
125 > € 105  

Antti Kekki

Antti Kekki is a Helsinki-based illustrator and surface designer, who enjoys bold colors, improvisation and handicraft.

Antti’s works usually rely on simple collage technique in which different forms are cut from paper and carefully arranged in playful ensembles. Antti has been collaborating with Marimekko since 2019. His first Marimekko designs introduced Lennokki (modern airplane) and Kiila (wedge).