A collaboration between NORDISKA TYGER and ROOTOTE, which revived the textile designs of the 1960s and 70s on organic cotton.

Reprinted and reconstructed for Japanese fans, it was born as a new brand "NORDISKA TYGER".
In Swedish Nordiska means "Nordic" Tyger means "textile".

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Kjell Bolin

Born in 1935. Raised in Bodum parish in Augermanland, studied under Anders Beckmann after graduating from art school. Widely active as a textile designer, dress designer, and artist. From organic designs with tree and forest motifs to abstract patterns, his works are characterized by delicate touches using steel pens and flat brushes. Winner of Sigwald Bernadotte's Mesterkatten Prize twice in the 1970s. Died in 2006.


It has the meaning of “dandelion” in Swedish, and the dandelion pattern is drawn with a delicate touch as if it were spread over the entire fabric.


Trad means "tree" in Swedish, and the design was inspired by the "elm tree riot" that occurred in 1971. This uproar began with the construction of a subway entrance in the Royal Park in Stockholm due to urban development. An event where the station was to be moved several hundred meters ahead. These elm trees are still planted in the park, and the design depicts a dynamic elm tree full of vitality.

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Anna-Lene Emden

Born in 1942. Started his career as a designer for the textile company “Almedehls”, and has also worked on a wide range of non-textile designs such as wallpaper, toys, and ceramics for “IKEA” and “KNEPP”. There are many playful and familiar patterns such as floral patterns and zoo patterns. He now runs a small art gallery with a friend in Wenersborg, a small town with a big lake.


The name means "blue bird" in Swedish, and the fabric depicts birds happily picking fruit and flowers. For the first time in 40 years, the designer himself added a new pattern including a lucky ladybug to the original pattern on both ends to complete the product.

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Susanne Beckman

Born in 1944 to parents who founded the Anders Beckman School, famous for advertising, illustration, and fashion education, and studied graphic design at the school. Actively working as a graphic designer, pattern designer, artist, and set designer both in Japan and overseas.


Suzanne Beckmann designed many geometric patterns, and her representative work “Vision” had an impact on home decorations and commercial facility decorations at the time. A design that dynamically draws a beautiful wave pattern with four vivid color gradations.

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-Product Information-
"MASKROS" Miniknobs
"MASKROS" Shopper S
"MASKROS" Shopper L
"VISION" Eyecatch