Fabrics are sold by the decimeter (1 meter = 10 decimeters).
For example, If you need 2,2m, choose 22 units.
Width 145cm.
Stig Lindberg created the Fruklåda pattern in the 1950s for an exhibition in the Swedish department stores Nordiska Kompaniet. This pattern has become one of his most popular designs. Stig Lindberg is responsible for the classic Swedish children's book Krakel Spektakel, his patterned porcelain was found in every home in the 1940s and 1950s, and is now sold for high prices at international auctions. Stig also designed ceramics, television sets, money boxes, and even an hotel wall in Baghdad. He drew playing cards, wrapping paper and, towards the end, even playful, surrealistic textile patterns that rapidly became classics and wich are now preserved at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm. Stig Lindberg was one of Sweden's most versatile artists, wich a contrary and humorous style. He was quick adopt the stencil printing technique, wich resulted in a number of surreal fabric prints with a cheerful undertone.
Material: 50% cotton, 50% linen, 250gr/m2
Dimensions: 150cm, pattern repeat 45cm
Printing: pigmented ink
Care: wash at 40 °, half-load; no spin, do not tumble dry, do not bleach. Iron at high temperature.



Fruktlåda fabric


design Stig Lindberg

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