A reversible cotton throw inspired by the symbols, colors and narratives in the weavings of nomadic women in the High Atlas Mountains. As women weave their rugs to use or sell in the markets of local villages, each is imbued with rituals, superstitions and stories of the weaver who made it.
Euclid's design is based on algorithmic principles from Euclid's Elements. Every shape can fit within a series of shapes. Patterns, networks, connection are the result. With bold canary yellow, royal blue and deep black on the front and an understated, subdued back side, math has never looked so good!
Parabola Throw celebrates that wonderful shape; the arc. In mathematics, the Parabola is a locus of points on a plane that makes a curve with a symmetrical mirror image. Our lives curve and bend, reflecting back at us what we put into them through the people we know and love, the stories we tell, and the places we settle into. The Parabola throw is a cozy embrace to wrap into, a reminder of the course we set for ourselves and that of which is reflected back at us.