• Rukinlapa cotton fabric 1
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This unbleached cotton fabric features the Rukinlapa pattern, which is printed in Helsinki.

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.
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Rukinlapa

Created by Antti Kekki using the paper cut-out 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.

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