Stig Lindberg: Textiles   plan to use this for living room curtains already have a stool upholstered in this lovely fabric

Stig Lindberg: Textiles plan to use this for living room curtains already have a stool upholstered in this lovely fabric

"Herbarium" fabric designed by Stig Lindberg.47cm wide by 27cm longOriginally designed in 1947 for NK Textile Design Studios, "Herbarium" is a fabulous botanical print. Stig Lindberg (1916- 1982) is one of Sweden's most important post-war designers, famed for his playful, surrealist prints. Here is a piece of Scandinavian design history.This is a modern reprint. It is medium weight fabric, 50% linen and 50% cotton. A beautiful quality fabric, ...

Stig Lindberg fabric vtg retro herbarium Scandinavian DIY pic in Antiques, Fabric/Textiles, Fabric

Berså porcelain manufactured  in Sweden by Gustavsberg between 1960 and 1974, designed by Stig Lindberg. leaf pattern idea for tattoo. black work?

Stig Lindberg Bersa Collection Photography Scandinavian design Kitchen Decor Kitchenware tea cup Photography of the wonderful Bersa pieces on a

Reptil by Stig Lindberg, if i will start to collect Stig Lindberg ceramic it have to be Reptil

Reptil by Stig Lindberg, if i will start to collect Stig Lindberg ceramic it…

Fishinkblog 5484 Stig Lindberg 4 Check out my blog ramblings and arty chat here www.fishinkblog.w... and my stationery here www.fishink.co.uk , illustration here www.fishink.etsy.com and here http://www.fishink.carbonmade.com/projects/4182518#1 Happy Pinning ! :)

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Fishinkblog 5484 Stig Lindberg 4 Check out my blog ramblings and arty chat here www.fishinkblog.w... and my stationery here www.fishink.co.uk , illustration here www.fishink.etsy.com and here http://www.fishink.carbonmade.com/projects/4182518#1 Happy Pinning ! :)

Stig Lindberg, love.

Agyagra krumpli nyomdával, textilfilccel Stig Lindberg, love the feather illustrations

Stig Lindberg  #ceramics #pottery denna kruka har alltid fashinerat mig på ett mycket påtagligt sätt.

Stig Lindberg I love the glaze and pattern on this one. One of the most interesting potters of the who made some quintessentially mid-century-modern ceramics. Wouldn’t this one look great as a lamp base?

Stig Lindberg; Enameled Metal Wall Panel, 1950s. http://www.pinterest.com/chengyuanchieh/

Enameled Metal Wall Panel, Inspired by the Autumnal colours here - this pattern looks like an abstraction of leaves, flattened into a pattern? Reminds me of the work that I produced for my No Nibs workshop (Cora Clarke for ITF Brief)

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