Ndomo is a Malian social enterprise dedicated to training local young people who are without formal education. In their adobe workshop, founder and designer Boubacar Doumbia teaches his apprentices to dye mud cloth, the most unique textile native to Mali, using both traditional and contemporary methods. The bold, refreshing design has given this 800-year-old textile an utterly modern edge, with the geometric patterns proudly accentuating their roots in African art.
Each item is woven, painted, and dyed by hand. Slight variations are to be celebrated.