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Artek 80 Years poster

Artek

AU$62.00
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Artek
Artek 80 Years poster
AU$62.00



Material
Printed on high-quality paper (140 - 300 g/m2)
Colour
White, black
Width
50 cm
Height
70 cm
Notes
Frame sold separately.

TSTO

TSTO is a Finnish graphic design agency based in Helsinki and New York. It was founded by six young designers, Matti Kunttu, Johannes Ekholm, Jonatan Eriksson, Antti Uotila, Inka Järvinen, Jaakko Pietiläinen and Jonatan Eriksson, who met each other while studying at the University of Art and Design Helsinki. TSTO has collaborated with various Finnish and international brands including Artek, Helsinki Design Week and many Finnish museums. 

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Based on 6 reviews

  • H

    Taipei, Taiwan

    5

    nice!!

    3 days ago

  • M

    Tampere, Finland

    5

    Olen aina haaveillut ostaa sen. Nyt se tuli "täytteeksi" muihin ostoksiini.

    80 days ago

  • L

    Helsinki, Finland

    5

    Hieno

    88 days ago

Excellent

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