Pan After x Alice Oehr Paper Collection - 'Ewe Kente'
A collaboration between Pan After and illustrator Alice Oehr for Wola Nani, South Africa.
These bowls and trays are handcrafted by a group of women as part of the fair trade project Wola Nani. The project has been supporting women who suffer from HIV and AIDS from some of the poorest communities in South Africa since 1994 – they strive to ensure that these women can have a sustainable future, earn a regular income and live with dignity and hope. The purchase of every product made at Wola Nani directly supports the lives of these talented crafters.
Each piece in the collection is carefully made by hand with layers and layers of paper, imperfections do occur and each one is slightly unique. They can be wiped with a damp cloth and cannot be emerged in water.
Available in 4 varying sizes of bowls, a cylindric bin and a large platter-style tray.
X Small Bowl measures 11cm diameter x 5cm high.
Small Bowl measures 15cm diameter x 8cm high.
Medium Bowl measures 20cm diameter x 12cm high.
Large Bowl measures roughly 25cm diameter x 16cm high.
Bin measures 25cm diameter x 30 cm high.
Tray measures 50cm diameter x 10cm high.