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Safari Collection

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    Giraffe

    Design Notes
    Inspired by The Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, where giraffes roam freely. The patterns are reflective of the network of leaf-like shapes on these elegant creatures’ bodies, and the colours are inspired by the Savannah sunset.

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    Kuba Cloth

    Design Notes
    In the Democratic Republic of the congo, formerly Zaire, Cuba textiles are unique for their surface decoration, elaboration and complexity of design. Most textiles are a variation on rectangular or square pieces of woven palm leaf fibre. enchanted by geometric designs and excited in linear embroidery as well as other stitches, they are cut to form pile surfaces, resembling …

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    Leopard

    Design Notes
    A play of anchor and stripes in an ethnic setting. Inspired by Namibia in South Africa, through the muted colour tones , patterns and textures.

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    Rainbow Zebra

    Design Notes
    Inspired by the striking language of the zebra’s skin patterns, which are uneven yet appear almost symmetrical. This design is a dispersion of the the zebra shapes to create a vertical illuminated rainbow.

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    Tortoise

    Design Notes
    The colours of a turtle’s shell are brown, black,red,orange,yellow, and olive green with grey markings , spots , lines , or irregular blotches. One of the most colourful turtles is the eastern painted turtle, which includes a yellow plastron and a black or olive shell with red markings around the rim.

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    Zebra

    Design Notes
    Inspired by the striking language of the zebra’s skin patterns, which are uneven yet appear almost symmetrical. This design uses the zebra shapes to create a mechanical, geometric design, with a twist.

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    Zebra Face

    Design Notes
    Inspired by the striking language of the zebra’s skin patterns, which are uneven yet appear almost symmetrical. This design uses the zebra shapes to create a mechanical, geometric design, expressing the embedded, deep romance of the African plains.

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    Zebra Forest

    Design Note
    Inspired by the striking language of the zebra’s skin patterns, which are uneven yet appear almost symmetrical. This design uses the zebra shapes to create the experience of being immersed in a forest of autumnal colours.