The expansive oeuvre of Charles and Ray Eames is not limited to product design, architecture, exhibition design and cinematography, but also encompasses a large number of graphic designs, most of which were created by Ray Eames. Charles and Ray Eames developed the Dot Pattern in 1947 and later used it on pillows, upholstery, blankets and other applications. Together with the pattern Sea Things, designed by Ray Eames in 1945, it completes the selection of patterns and motifs featured on the Paper Napkins.
These napkins are made of high-quality airlaid napkins with linen-like embossing. There are 12 individual napkins per package.