Maija Isola created the Kivet fabric in 1956 by cutting out rounds of coloured paper with scissors. The print´s shapes likely originate from the large, rough-edged stones cleared from the site of the artist´s studio home.
This product is certified in accordance with STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® (SE 08-1621 Swerea IVF).
Please note that the maximum continuous length you can order is 15 meters.
Maija Isola’s Kivet (stones) design builds on circles cut with scissors. The pattern was most likely inspired by the big rough-edged stones that were manually cleared from the designer’s atelier home’s grounds.To Maripedia