Vík Prjónsdóttir blend nature and fantastical elements in their latest blanket collection.

Since Charles and Ray Eames’s adoption of biomorphic forms, Scandinavian design often hints of relationships with nature. However, in the last decade or so, we’ve seen a preoccupation with fantastical aesthetics coming out of this region. Icelandic design collective Vík Prjónsdóttir’s latest blankets lie at the nexus of these aesthetic qualities, working with pattern and texture as much as illustrative nods to nature.

Below you can see how they dramatized the introduction of their latest collection at Stockholm’s Design Week, along with images of the blankets.

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