This Pack of 8 Postcards in the Otti Print by Ola is inspired by Bauhaus icon Otti Berger.
'Otti was a student at the Bauhaus school, studying the foundation course, then entering the textile class and later became the weaving workshop's deputy head. In 1932 she left to set up her own very successful 'Atelier for Textile' in Berlin until in 1936 she was banned from working in Germany due to her Jewish origins. A master of form and colour, Otti Berger’s weavings inspired this collection of postcards by Ola.'
Each pack contains a total of eight cards in four different designs. Crafted in the UK using heavyweight FSC certified papers and presented in a plastic free sleeve.