Design: Bengt Lindberg & Lotta Glave
Bengt Lindberg and Lotta Glave were a couple already at university, studying graphic art and illustration. After graduating, Lotta got a job at one of Sweden’s main newspapers, Dagens Nyheter and Bengt at an ad agency that turned out to be a pretty boring job. Neither of them could resist the flow of creative ideas that kept coming. For Bengt, it all started with a cow, which became a cast iron candleholder. The cow was soon accompanied by a sheep, a horse and an elk, all produced in Småland, Bengt’s home county. Bengt made sure to launch them in all the right stores and as for the elk, it coincided with the enormous interest in elks from German tourists who would even steal the road signs of elks when visiting Sweden! The four classics are still in production and have spread all over the globe, from Sweden and Germany to the US and Japan. But it didn’t stop there; the animals soon also populated printed fabrics, blankets and notebooks.
No doubt the couple’s backgrounds have inspired their never-ending creativity. Bengt was born in Värnamo, in Sweden but his grandparents had a farm in Skåne, filled with objects of art, handicrafts and nick-nacks.- I have always loved old things, says Bengt, especially the slightly naïve, clumsy folk art stuff. When things are too perfect they also get to be boring.
You can use the rugs as a durable throw. The quality is double woven plaid and the colors are mirrored to find on the other side of the high blanket. The plaids are particularly warm and are also well suited as a cover. The wool refers Klippan from organic farming by the New Zealand Peninsula Bank.
- Material: Lambs wool
- Care instructions: Wool has a self-cleaning effect
- Wool Weight: 598 g/m²
- Care: Cleaning
- Measurements: Width 130,0 cm length 180,0 cm
- Weight: 1400 gram
- Year of design: 2014
- Launched: 2014
- Country: Sweden
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