Table Tennis Team Green — Kids’ Bed Linen

by Rosi Feist

Table Tennis Team Green

Rosi Feist — Kids’ Bed Linen
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Kids’ Bed Linen - Product details

Duvet cover for kids made of 100% renforcé cotton. The design is printed on the front. The back is white. The set comes with one white cushion cover. The material is OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified. Our kids’ bedding sets are suitable for children aged 3–12 years.

Available in different single duvet sizes.

Material Renforcé cotton
Print Type Pigment printing
Care Machine washable at 40°C

Made to order and printed in Europe at the highest quality standards.

Product details

Duvet cover for kids made of 100% renforcé cotton. The design is printed on the front. The back is white. The set comes with one white cushion cover. The material is OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified. Our kids’ bedding sets are suitable for children aged 3–12 years.

Available in different single duvet sizes.

The duvet cover and cushion cover each come with a white, invisible zipper.
The duvet cover and cushion cover each come with a white, invisible zipper.
The design is printed on the front of the duvet cover.
The design is printed on the front of the duvet cover.

About the artist

Rosi Feist

I love the trivial. I could find inspiration for my next motif in a garden chair or a rubbish bin.

Rosi Feist

Ruler, paper, scissors—Rosi Feist aka Thomas Adler doesn’t need much more for his handmade paper collages. The freelance designer and photographer currently lives in Berlin, where he also runs the travel blog “Urban Tenting” together with his wife. Many of his motifs are inspired by trips to the USA—abandoned motels, desert cacti, secluded service stations and trivial objects are thrust into the spotlight through vivid colours. The result is a collection of minimalist pop art which reflects a nostalgic banality of everyday life, reducing the USA to a semantic, synecdochical Americana of barren topographies and consumerist signs.