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  • Black ikikorpi Big Mama basket
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Big mama basket plant holder pot koala wallrug recycled
  • Black ikikorpi Big Mama basket
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Big mama basket plant holder pot koala wallrug recycled
  • Black ikikorpi Big Mama basket
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Big mama basket plant holder pot koala wallrug recycled
  • Black ikikorpi Big Mama basket
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Ikikorpi Big Mama on black
  • Big mama basket plant holder pot koala wallrug recycled

Black ikikorpi Big Mama basket

Design: MUM's Original design

Ikikorpi Big Mama is strong! She may carry or hide anything and will keep your house and home all tidy. Very strict mama, and loving.  <3


96.00€

Product information

Ikikorpi Big Mama is strong! She may carry or hide anything and will keep your house and home all tidy. Very strict mama, and loving.  <3

Designed in Finland by MUM's original, tightly weaved of recycled cotton, by hand, finished with neat leather handles.

Check also Big Mama's Baby Boy-basket for smaller accessories. Ikikorpi pattern is also available as a carpet.

Size: 35 x 45cm

Handles: Black leather

Material: Recycled and recyclable cotton

MUM's

Mum's was born in South Africa 2006, when Finnish Outi, an artist, and mum herself, collaborated with 15 African women. They made sculptures for an exhibition in Finland, all weaved by hand, designed by Outi, empowering women who worked from home. All women were mothers, so the project was named MUM's.

Later on, it turned to be a name for a sustainable brand "Mum's Good with Goods". During the years a tiny art project has slightly developed into a sustainable design company, combining designers with sustainable production. Mum's has got production in four developing countries India, South Africa, Cambodia, and Bolivia. Everything is handmade as far as possible, people work from home, save travel costs to work. Materials are local either natural or recycled, and each Mum's product is signed by the artisan who made it.