Raakelin uni

1961

The large-scale Raakelin uni (Rachel’s dream) plays with imperfect mirrored symmetry, and its name includes a humoristic double entendre that probably only Finnish fabric printers understand. Raakel is Finnish for the Bible’s Rachel, but painoraakeli is a Finnish word for the blade used to squeeze the printing paste through the screen onto the fabric.

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Maija Isola

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