The history of the Liberian Peace Bag and the inspiration for our newest product: The Kings Rice Bag.
Introducing the Antique Linen YOGA Bag. And the name pretty much gives away its ultimate use.
In South Africa we are used to seeing Pretoria Portland Cement bags piled high on the back of trucks, lyeing in a pile of building rubble, beside the road…
We made laptop bags for BUILD IT Cement using their very red and very rad packaging.
The story about how the PPC Cement Laptop Bag came to be is rather straight forward > I was at a shoe factory ordering shoes (pumps to be specific) one random day and they were showing me how they made them. Part of the procedure is to fuse the desired outer fabric to a cotton […]
I learnt a great deal in Munich about business and design. There was a lot of confusion in the beginning setting up for the exhibition but it was a great success in the end with a lot of bags being sold and a lot of interest being created around them. Most amazing for me was […]
Cape Town’s coffee roasters get their coffee beans from a selection of coffee plantations. Every now and then you discover an amazing print like these:
Since introducing the laptop bag I have discovered that a lot of people have 17″ laptops (and not all of them creatives as I would have thought). The main reason I have not made one before is becuase two cement packaging bags need to be cut open and used becuase the 15″ pattern JUST fits […]
Last week Monday Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille and Mayor, Patricia de Lille were presented with Wren PPC Cement Laptop Bags when the Mayor handed over the World Design Capital 2014 bid book to the Premier. Cape Town’s bid is the first by an African city and we are running against 53 cities from 24 […]
I was so excited when Andrew Bannis from FAB Africa contacted me asking if I would be interested in working with him to produce a range of limited edition coffee bags using African Wax Print Cloth. I have always loved African Wax Print and to work with a company that “views this cloth as a […]