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Sometimes it gets a bit chaotic #makers

Sometimes it gets a bit chaotic #makers

A glimpse of sunshine so not much work happening today! #makers

A glimpse of sunshine so not much work happening today! #makers

Small shiny objects #makers

Small shiny objects #makers

Kennedy with his son Clinton, outside the workshop in Kibera where he makes beads from discarded cow bone and trains others in this craft.

Kennedy with his son Clinton, outside the workshop in Kibera where he makes beads from discarded cow bone and trains others in this craft.

First sample! We made this for those everyday essentials, still some more prototyping to go before nailing it

First sample! We made this for those everyday essentials, still some more prototyping to go before nailing it

Our armcandy feeling right at home at Bits and Bobs - a lovely, heart-warming shop in Zürich’s Kreis 3 

Our armcandy feeling right at home at Bits and Bobs - a lovely, heart-warming shop in Zürich’s Kreis 3 

One week pop-up on Bahnhofstrasse, Zürich…excited to be part of the Big Bazar

One week pop-up on Bahnhofstrasse, Zürich…excited to be part of the Big Bazar

Wealth in simplicity

Wealth in simplicity

Circles and stripes, today’s inspiration

Circles and stripes, today’s inspiration

We love how online concept store Mooris style and shoot our pieces, check out their daily design picks at http://www.mooris.ch/

We love how online concept store Mooris style and shoot our pieces, check out their daily design picks at http://www.mooris.ch/

This striking image by Jimmy Nelson inspired our victory horn necklace, named after the pride associated with being a Masai warrior.
"When the Maasai migrated from the Sudan in the 15th century, they attacked the tribes they met along the way and raided cattle. By the end of their journey, they had taken over almost all of the land in the Rift Valley. To be a Maasai is to be born into one of the last great warrior cultures."
Source: www.beforethey.com

This striking image by Jimmy Nelson inspired our victory horn necklace, named after the pride associated with being a Masai warrior.

"When the Maasai migrated from the Sudan in the 15th century, they attacked the tribes they met along the way and raided cattle. By the end of their journey, they had taken over almost all of the land in the Rift Valley. To be a Maasai is to be born into one of the last great warrior cultures."

Source: www.beforethey.com

We never tire of kikoy and kitenge, what a feast for the eyes!

We never tire of kikoy and kitenge, what a feast for the eyes!