Marüshka was originally founded in 1972 in Michigan and became famous for their popular method of hand-printing and silk-screening decorative canvases. Super popular in the 1970s and 1980s, you often saw these affordable wall art pieces in commercial spaces as well as residential homes. Now prized by vintage-loving collectors, these images are proof that things old are new again, and there’s always love for retro graphics with bold colors! Collectors Weekly just had a great post about Marüshka that’s worth a read if you want to learn more about this retro company that’s been making a huge comeback in interiors lately.
Did you or your parents ever rock the Marüshka back in the day (or now)?!