Josef Frank found inspiration for the
pattern Hawaii at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. There he found a remarkable
collection of “Trees of Life” from the north side of the Indian peninsula. This
pattern, with its intertwined stems, bears similarities to these trees.
Hawaii was designed during the years 1943-45
and is one of Frank’s largest patterns with a repeat of 180 cm.
Textile Hawaii Cotton
Design: Josef Frank
Width: Approx. 130 cm
Repeat: Approx. 180 cm