The Koirapuisto tea towel by Lapuan Kankurit is adorned with a joyful pack of dogs drawn by Finnish illustrator Matti Pikkujämsä. Koirapuisto is Finnish for ”dog park”. The black-and-white colour palette gives the towel a graphic appearance, and the pattern repeats on the other side with opposite colours. The tea towel is made of a high-quality blend of linen and cotton, and it has been woven in Finland at the own weaving mill of Lapuan Kankurit.
Koirapuisto tea towel, white - brown
- 60% washed European "Masters of Linen" linen, 40% organic cotton
- Brown, linen
- 27.56 in (70 cm)
- 18.11 in (46 cm)
- Care instructions
- Gentle wash in 60 °C
Matti Pikkujämsä (b. 1976) is a Finnish illustrator and graphic designer, who graduated from University of Art and Design Helsinki and has become known for his warm and humorous children’s book illustrations. He has also designed several book covers; prints for brands such as Samuji, Marimekko and Kauniste and illustrations for Finnish magazines and newspapers. In 2013 Pikkujämsä won the Rudolf Koivu illustration award and two years later the State Prize for Illustrations.View all products
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