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Graziela Preiser’s children’s designs

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Graziela Preiser’s bright and fun designs for children were deservedly popular in 1970s Germany, where they were reproduced on bed linen, clothing and crockery. Today’s kids can now also benefit as Graziela’s daughter has begun re-issuing the designs, starting with ‘1,2,3’ pictured here. The most stylish nurseries can have it as a cot bumper or a duvet set, or it’s available as a wall organizer. Prices start at £32.

Graziela’s archive of work can be viewed on her website with the opportunity to vote for which pattern should be re-released next.

Find out more on the website By Graziela


2 thoughts on “Graziela Preiser’s children’s designs

  1. Graziela’s designs were all over the place in her day – she did not ‘invent’ the apple or that style. It is beautiful, but it’s good to keep in mind that there were many others, as this style was in fashion. She was among a few lucky ones to make it big, just like her daughter is lucky to have that connection. I do find the items on her site overcharged.

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