Camille Walala’s Ndebele-Inspired Prints

Camille Walala Tribalala Wall Print

Camille-Walala-Tribalala-Cushions

UK designer Camille Walala creates tribal pop prints in ludicrous colours. Her prints find homes on textiles, ceramics, furniture and more. I'm digging her Tribalala series of prints and cushions, inspired by Ndebele wall paintings.

Images via Darkroom, where you can purchase Camille's prints and cushions.

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Inspired: Nyumbani Design Accessories

Nyumbani-Designs-Wooden-Jewellery

Nyumbani Design jewellery is inspired by the beauty and colours of the Swahili coast. Handcrafted by skilled artisans in Tanzania, using locally-sourced wood from indigenous trees, no two of the playful pieces are the same. For every wooden piece you buy, a tree will be planted in Tanzania to restore and support the plantation of trees in rural communities.

You can purchase the items shown here from Darkroom.

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