Marüshka 1970’s Plant SilkScreen-on-Canvas Print
Marüshka 1970’s Plant SilkScreen-on-Canvas Print 12"x 24"
"Starting in 1974, the Michigan-based company Marüshka produced ready-to-hang wall art in a bold, simple graphic style that evoked Japanese woodblock prints, Pop Art, and Mid-Century Modern textiles by Alexander Girard, who designed for Herman Miller, and the Helsinki firm Marimekko. At Marüshka, linen or cotton canvas would be silkscreened by hand, stretched, and fitted to a wood frame."
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