Seigaiha - blue sea and wave- is typical from Asuka time in Japan. The wave illustrate the infinite, eternity and happy life. His name also comes from a sacred dance described in the japanese litterature “The tale of Genji”shop
The sea bird is frequently illustrated by the Chimu, a pre-colombian civilisation in Peru. The fabrics and ceramics express the believes of these people in usual and simple element from their daily-life. Ave Chimu means fertility and lasting.
Hibiscus is a flower usually used as pattern for african prints. Imported by Hollanders in the 19th century, the wax fabric is a colorful cotton cloths.
This pattern is called Akpirikpa azu and means « fish scales» in igbo language. The Igbos tribe form East Nigeria called it like this because the pattern look like the tilapia, a tropical fish. In afrikaans, it is called Bijenkorfje because it also look like a beehive
The circles represent the jewels of Buddhism. Its remains in every corner of Universe, in every heart, in everyone and in all the species from all around the world. They say that the one using the jewels will have all the means to love and understand each other
Natural cork is an organic material considered as the best alternative to leather. it is extracted from oak tress in Portugal just like removing a coat. The skin regenerates itself every 9 years without suffering.