Pipana Inari 1 cushion cover, 45 x 45 cm



Pipana Inari 1 cushion cover

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The Mum's Inari cushion cover is part of the Pipana Natural collection, whose wool cushion covers were inspired by the beauty of Finnish nature and especially the rugged landscapes of Lapland. The cushion cover's bluish shades are inspired by frozen lakes on the one hand and the clear blue summer sky on the other. The cushion cover's name refers to the eponymous Finnish village located in Lapland on the shore of Inarijärvi, or Lake Inari.

The cushion covers in the Pipana Natural collection are designed in collaboration with Finnish artist Jenni Rope and crafted in India by local artisans. Their gentle shades are created with all-natural dyes – the blue shades of the Inari cushion cover are obtained from indigo plants. Because of the materials and manufacturing methods, each cushion cover is one of a kind with unique shades and textures that bring a peaceful, natural feel to your home.

100% wool, cotton
Light blue, natural
45 cm
45 cm
Inner cushion sold separately.
Care instructions
Hand wash in lukewarm water or gentle machine wash, no spin. Evenly stretch edges whilst wet. Dry flat.

Jenni Rope

Jenni Rope (b. 1977) is a Finnish artist, illustrator and publisher. After studying painting and visual arts in Finland and animation production in UK at the London College of Printing, she graduated in Graphic Design at the University of Arts and Design, Helsinki, in 2002.

Jenni Rope runs Napa Books and Gallery. Jenni co-founded the publishing house Napa Books in 1997 and a few years later Napa Gallery was founded. Napa Gallery is a non-profit gallery space managed by a group of young Finnish artists and curators. Napa’s exhibitions change monthly ranging from contemporary illustration and photography to graffiti. The gallery space also hosts the Napa Books shop with a selection of beautiful art books by independent publishers.

Jenni Rope exhibits internationally and she works on many different mediums including drawing, painting, book art, animation and print design. For Marimekko’s Autumn/Winter 2011 Collection Jenni Rope has designed two colourful prints, Tilkku and Luola, which have been used by Finnish designer Noora Niinikoski to decorate the dresses she designed for the collection.

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