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Taika Siimes mini mug deco set of 4

By iittala

£21.00

  • Description

    Taika (‘magic’ in Finnish) inspires imagination and storytelling. Iittala introduces designer Klaus Haapaniemi’s beloved Taika Siimes patterns to fun seasonal décor. Its vibrance is the perfect way to refresh the home for the holidays. The colourful, whimsical Taika Siimes design adds instant cheer. The Taika Siimes mini mugs are bright ornaments to hang on the Christmas tree or throughout the home this season. The mini mugs come inn a set of four. Perfect as a holiday keepsake or a special gift idea.

  • Technical Info

    Material: Ceramic
    Dimensions:
    Length:
    3 cm
    Width:
    2,3 cm
    Height:
    3,8 cm

  • Designer
    Heikki Orvola

    Born in Helsinki, Finland, in 1943. Heikki Orvola is one of the driving forces within Finnish design. He works in glass, ceramics, cast iron and textiles. Orvola has worked for the industrial art business, but he has also worked in a variety of different materials as a form of pure, artistic expression. During his career as a designer, Heikki Orvola has received awards and prizes, including the Kaj Franck prize in 1998 - perhaps Finland's most important design prize.

    Klaus Haapaniemi

    Klaus Haapaniemi (born 1970) has had plenty of coverage recently in the Finnish as well as foreign media. His CV of design work is impressive: garment prints for Diesel, Levis, Marimekko, Dolce & Gabbana, Cacharel and Bela's Dead, a new brand. He has also worked as Creative Director of the Italian fashion house Bantam, published a book entitled 'Giants' together with the Finnish writer Rosa Liksom, produced illustrations for the Observer newspaper, shown his work in exhibitions - and done a few other things in between. The international WGSN trend analysis service has dubbed him as one of the most important rising stars in illustration and design.

    The international media often refer to Klaus Haapaniemi's Finnish roots, and even the Finnish national epic, the Kalevala, has been mentioned. It is true that his illustrations have references to folklore; both Slav and Japanese influences also have a strong presence.

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£21.00
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