The product series Heaven and Hell was developed by Wanja Djanaieff in collaboration with Swedish handcraft and presented by Vanja himself as follows: To freely interpret life in the form of strong symbols such as Adam and Eve, unicorns, birds, angels, devils, and more on damask , is like bringing together two cultural heritage into one.
“Heaven and Hell” is thus a damask story in modern vintage that affirms our roots “.
Wanja Djanaief worked at Almedahl’s 1960-70 and created, for example, Svan, one of the earliest naivist patterns. She has also been Head of NK Design Group, formerly NK’s Textile Chamber, 1970-77; designed the pattern Coffee table in 1972. Designed clothes for participants in the Olympics in 1974. Head of the textile factory Strömma in Norrköping 1977-80 where the first collection, In folkviseton, meant a new start for the company. Co-owner of the Swedish Design Agency 1977-80 together with Kerstin Boulogner, Aino Östergren and Boel Matzner. Project manager and teacher at Konstfack 1980-88; professor 1988-92. Made scenography and costume for sets by Peter Oskarsson in Järvsö and costume for Folkteatern in Gothenburg and exhibitions, eg Textile thought.
How does your dream celebration look like? No matter how you choose to celebrate, we offer a lots of linen products perfect for occasions like this. Linen tablecloths, napkins. tablerunners, presents among other linnen products.