FELICE RIX Fabric Pattern Web for the Weiner Werkstaette Recycled Bag
Pop pink. Lines and zizags. Fall in love with Felice Rix's recycled tote bag. Great female artists such as Felice Rix influenced the style of the Wiener Werkstaette / Vienna Succession with fantastic fabric patterns and expressive ceramics. Works in all areas of arts and crafts by a community of artisans, artists, and designers founded in Vienna 1897. To be precise, over 180 female artists. Let´s celebrate the diversity of art with this fabric pattern Gespinnst / Web © MAK Museum / Kristina Wissik
Felice Rix studied at the Wiener Werkstaette under Josef Hoffmann. The aim of the Werkstätte was to renew applied arts and to embellish life using everyday objects designed by artists. Felice was an influential figure in the Japanese modern art scene after she settled in Kyoto with her Japanese husband, architect Isaburo Ueno. The Austrian textile and wallpaper designer became an influential figure in the Japanese modern art scene.
We thought you'd never ask!
I weigh 55 g (1.94 oz).
I can carry 20 kg (44 lbs).
My size 50 x 42 cm (19.7" x 16.5").
My zip pocket 11 x 11.5 cm (4.3" x 4.5").
My handle 27 cm (10.6").
I'm water resistant.
I'm made of polyester.
I'm made of 100% recycled material–GREEN CIRCLE certified.