The Unikko pattern by Maija Isola

Marimekko’s most iconic design, the Unikko (“poppy”) pattern  was designed by Maija Isola, after Armi Ratia announced that Marimekko did not manufacture floral prints. The print came out in 1964, disproving Ratia’s former statement and since then the print has become the most easily recognizable symbol of Marimekko. 

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