Dheisheh is one of three Palestinian refugee camps in Bethlehem. First created in 1949 to accommodate displaced Palestinians from more than 45 villages west of Jerusalem. The people of Dheisheh are very special. Despite poor living conditions, they have a very high level of education, they are resistant, resilient, and good-humored. To them, we dedicate this energetic, elegant, and vibrant design.
Wine red background with a colorful zigzag pattern. Named after Dura, an ancient Palestinian city famous for its vineyards since the Canaanites, who had called the city Adoraim, which means “two hills”.
Gaza is portrayed in the media as a place of violence, destruction and poverty. For the Palestinians, however, Gaza is known as the colourful city for its nice beaches, spicy food, fishing boats and the hospitality of its people. “Gazza Ard el-Izza” (the glorious city), it is how we call it warmly in Arabic. Our best seller.
The colours of this Kufiya depicts the Palestinian feeling towards Gaza.
Abu Mohammad Hirbawi was searching for an old photo in a negative strip (before digital photography). He discovered a negative photo of a traditional black and white Kufiya. Inspiration ! He immediately sat down at his machine and designed an inverted Palestinian Kufiya. Here is the result.
In dry, desert dyes of Orange and White, the city of Jericho (أريحا), an ancient place built upon an oasis by the dead sea, is known to be one of the longest continuously inhabited cities in the world, and is renowned for its plentiful plantations of flowering palm and orange trees.