Stig Lindberg


Stig Lindberg (1916-1982) quickly became one of Sweden's most prominent and popular designers during the 20th century. His playful aesthetics are still considered timeless classics and are sought-after collector's items on the market. His prolific output spanned ceramics, glass, textiles, and industrial design. As a key figure at the Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory, Lindberg was celebrated for his whimsical ceramics and innovative patterns. His work, characterized by a unique blend of functionality, humor, and beauty, reflects a deep engagement with the material and a masterful command of form.