Port-au-Prints

June 29, 2018

Feel Good Friday

Haiti’s cultural canvas is painted with broad strokes of African and French influence, and subtle streaks of Spanish and indigenous Taíno traditions.  This cultural fusion in the Caribbean makes for a bright and bold culture unlike any other.  Haitian artist Sandra Russo and her team of artisans have captured this culture on a canvas of their own...

(Trouble viewing video? Watch HERE)

Now we’re bringing you this hand-painted fabric to celebrate Haiti’s cultural fusion too.

Here’s to adding this Port-au-Print to the Taaluma collection and to feeling good—because after all, it's Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders

PS.  Plus a few more traditional prints from around the globe...




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