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  1. notNeutral has partnered with the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City to debut its first line of tabletop pieces featuring designs from the museum’s collection. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is the only museum in the country devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design. The museum educates, inspires, and empowers people through design, presenting compelling educational programs, exhibitions, and publications. Known for its comprehensive and diverse collections, Cooper Hewitt’s international holdings span thirty centuries through the present day and total more than 200,000 design objects. This collaboration with notNeutral draws upon the museum’s rich history and takes pieces from the collection and gives them new life. This inaugural series features a selection of textile patterns designed by artists Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser during the early 1900’s Wiener Werkstätte era. These black-and-white patterns were chosen for their bold, graphic quality with the intention that they could be mixed and matched with each other. The designs are adapted to decorate our iconic LINO mugs, a set of four small plates, coasters, and wood serving trays. These entertaining pieces can be used with anyone’s existing white dinnerware as an ensemble, or one piece at a time to create an eye-catching table setting.

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    $23.40
  2. "Bob's your uncle" is a British expression used to indicate that a given task is very simple. Possibly inspired by Victorian Prime Minister, Robert Cecil, who appointed his nephew to a ministerial post, therefore to have Bob as your uncle was a guarantee of success.

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  3. Designer Lotta Jansdotter has brought her unique and creative vision to every one of her designs since 1996. Born in Scandinavia, she decided to start her company after taking a screen printing class at her community college. Starting with pillows and linens, the business took off from there. "i am inspired by people, things and activities around me everywhere i go," she explains. "i also find and discover designs and motifs through my process. when i draw with pen and ink, i might make a mistake and that mistake might become something new. the process of creating is very inspiring and important to me."

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    $40.00
  4. Bold and graphic; these are words often used to describe crazy uncles and women's fashion, but they are also the perfect words to describe the melamine collection of design industry darling Thomas Paul. His prints are the perfect addition to any space needing a splash of character.

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    $66.00
  5. Textile artist Eva Taimi (1913–1991) was a Finnish pioneer of print fabric design. After graduating from the Institute of Applied Art in 1937, Taimi was employed at Helsingin Taidevärjäämö Oy, a company that played a prominent role in the development of Finnish print fabric design. Eva Taimi designed Meadow Flower pattern for Artek in 1955.

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    $75.00
  6. notNeutral has partnered with the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City to debut its first line of tabletop pieces featuring designs from the museum’s collection. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is the only museum in the country devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design. The museum educates, inspires, and empowers people through design, presenting compelling educational programs, exhibitions, and publications. Known for its comprehensive and diverse collections, Cooper Hewitt’s international holdings span thirty centuries through the present day and total more than 200,000 design objects. This collaboration with notNeutral draws upon the museum’s rich history and takes pieces from the collection and gives them new life. This inaugural series features a selection of textile patterns designed by artists Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser during the early 1900’s Wiener Werkstätte era. These black-and-white patterns were chosen for their bold, graphic quality with the intention that they could be mixed and matched with each other. The designs are adapted to decorate our iconic LINO mugs, a set of four small plates, coasters, and wood serving trays. These entertaining pieces can be used with anyone’s existing white dinnerware as an ensemble, or one piece at a time to create an eye-catching table setting.

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    $32.40
  7. Textile artist Eva Taimi (1913–1991) was a Finnish pioneer of print fabric design. After graduating from the Institute of Applied Art in 1937, Taimi was employed at Helsingin Taidevärjäämö Oy, a company that played a prominent role in the development of Finnish print fabric design. Eva Taimi designed Meadow Flower pattern for Artek in 1955.

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    $29.00
  8. "Bob's your uncle" is a British expression used to indicate that a given task is very simple. Possibly inspired by Victorian Prime Minister, Robert Cecil, who appointed his nephew to a ministerial post, therefore to have Bob as your uncle was a guarantee of success.

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    $10.00
  9. "Bob's your uncle" is a British expression used to indicate that a given task is very simple. Possibly inspired by Victorian Prime Minister, Robert Cecil, who appointed his nephew to a ministerial post, therefore to have Bob as your uncle was a guarantee of success.

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    $12.00
  10. "Bob's your uncle" is a British expression used to indicate that a given task is very simple. Possibly inspired by Victorian Prime Minister, Robert Cecil, who appointed his nephew to a ministerial post, therefore to have Bob as your uncle was a guarantee of success.

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    $22.00

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