Josef Hoffmann: Fabric Pattern Monte Zuma for the Wiener Werkstaette, Recycled Bag, LOQI Museum Collection
H 50 W 42 cm | max 20 kg
Foldable shopping bag. 2 long handles also function as shoulder straps. It can be folded into a square package with a zipper. Bag can be hand washed. Material: 100% recycled printed polyester, GREEN CIRCLE certified, water-repellent.
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Zigzags. Dots. Lines. The Monte Zuma artwork is a new favourite black and white recycled tote bag. The original pattern is a drawing. Its medium is brush and gouache, pen and black ink, graphite on paper. The Fabric Pattern Monte Zuma was created by Joseph Hoffmann for the Wiener Werkstaette in 1903 © MAK Museum Vienna WWS 488
Josef Hoffmann is a founding father of the Wiener Werkstaette / Vienna Succession, a community of artisans, artists and designers founded in Vienna, 1897. One of the most influential Austrian architects, Hoffmann was a close friend of Gustav Klimt. The friends used the triangle in their artworks, reinforcing their interest in its exotic origins in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica.