South Africa

South Africa is one of the most vibrant and diverse places in the world. 

Tradition and temporary art work together creating unusual patterns. 

Our South Africa collection contains mostly themes from Nguni and Ndebele tribes. Feel their colourful expressions which give a lot of power. 

We love this country and we used to spend a lot of time there living and travelling around in our van. It is not only surfing and amazing wildlife but also a unique culture.

We love nature and we care. 

South Africa is home to 90% of the rhino population in the world. Black rhino is one of the most endangered species and this is a time to save them! Check more about our rhino restoration support here.


During our hitchhiking trip, we got a lot of openness and disinterestedness from the people of Zambia. The way they live in harmony with nature is inspiring. 

The Zambia collection relates to the movie “I am not a witch”. We tried to find the balance between exoticism and universality, symbols and reality. Choose your favourite Zambian pattern and check what meaning it carries.  

Cabo Verde

The Cabo Verde collection is all about many shades of local art. Travelling between its different islands, we found out St. Vincent island is a home to musicians, painters and poets. 

Cabo Verde collection is a series of patterns inspired by widely understood art.

Western Sahara

Western Sahara is a country which cannot enjoy freedom. During 5 months there, we found beauty in the Sahrawi people and their culture. Living on the ubiquitous mystical desert teaches people lowliness and appreciation. 

Islamic countries are believed to limit women’s rights but Western Sahara proves otherwise. Women’s power shows itself all over the place and became the main highlight of our Western Sahara Collection. 

Melhfa as a woman is delicate and beautiful but also reliable and protective.  

We love nature and we care. 

The natural goods of Western Sahara’s are exploited by European concerns.

Against all appearances, Western Sahara is rich in seafood and vegetables are cultivated on a global scale. As a matter of fact, most of the cherry tomatoes and fish available in European supermarkets come from there, not Morocco, as the label says. The crops consume a lot of water, which is already scarce for the inhabitants of Western Sahara. The French seafood industry illegally kills millions of fish on the Saharan coast. Time to take action.