Can you ever get tired of Marimekko? In 2009 she designed this Siirtolapuutarha pattern, which has been put to many applications. The textile is meant to tell the story of the growth of flower and vegetable beds in Finland's urban areas.
Katsuji Wakisaka, textile design Sademetsa for Marimekko, 1974. Finnland. Wakisaka was the first japanese designer who worked for Marimekko in 1968. In the 1980s he returned to Japan to start his own design company Sou Sou.