Marrimekko Journal poppy pattern
Marrimekko Journal poppy pattern

Marimekko Flexi Journal: Unikko

by Marimekko

The cover of this attractive journal features the pattern that made Marimekko famous around the world. Unikko, Marimekko’s popular poppy pattern, was created in 1964 when abstract prints dominated the design house’s collections. Designer Maija Isola wanted to do something exclusive with this organic theme, so she created a collection of floral prints. The classic flower is now associated with imagination.

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