" Cultural heritage and women's history from Sweden and Finland Mönsterfest is a textile exhibition highlighting a Finnish and Swedish cultural heritage from the 1930s to the late 1980s. The exhibition begins in the 1930s in Dora Jung's studio at Högbergsgatan 19 in Helsinki. It then continues through two decades of small-scale patterns in soft colours that characterise the 1940s and 1950s. The FinnishSwedish textile designer Viola Gråsten revolutionised colour in Stockholm 1952 with her "Oomph" pattern before it really took off with colourful patterns in both Finland and Sweden in the 1960s and 1970s. The pattern party ends in the "happy 80s" with Finnish textile duo Studio Ulla & Stina who gave Finnish homes textiles with text and feeling....
Right now MJT (Maria Jernkvist Textile) is featured in an article in the Japanese lifestyle magazine "Scandinavian Taste".
Our amazing textiles are currently on display for Japanese readers. We tell you how it all started and why. The article also features pictures from the Marimekko exhibition we set up at Kulturhuset in Stockholm during September/October in Stockholm. We would like to share our pleasure to be featured in the magazine with some pictures.
We give special thanks to journalist and writer Yuriko Mori for writing the great article about us.
You know that we are also on instagram @mariajernkvisttextile
Mönstret och färgerna får mig att känna mig riktigt, riktigt bra. Hoppas att detta är fallet för dig. Januari kommer att se många nyheter. In other words, there is a lot to looking forward to after a year we had no experienced in the past. We just can't wait and are looking forward to a more normal existence, with a lot of nice news, events, and, above all, to be able to meet up for real again. Now, it has started to show up pillows in the store. They come in more pillows with more patterns and colors. I think the pillows are the top, as the "eyes catcher" in the interior an easy and cheap way to change the...