Mirka Mora is more than an incredible artist, she is a cultural icon. Born in Paris in 1928, she migrated to Melbourne in the 1950s after escaping a Nazi internment camp. 1950s Melbourne was a sleepy town, and Mirka's magnetic and cosmopolitan sensibility fuelled a bohemian subculture that shaped the Melbourne we know and love today.
For over 70 years, Mirka was a prolific artist. Shaped by the unspeakable horror of the Holocaust, her art is a defiant celebration of the strength of humanity and love, a mythical world, over-flowing with joy, hope and resilience.
We hope you love this range as much as we do, it’s been a delight to bring a small piece of Mirka's insatiable joie de vivre and tenacious energy to you.