Cushions

These highly decorative cushions are woven from fibers of the abaca plant, a variety of the banana family. Best known in its commercial form as Manila hemp, fibers are extracted from the inner section of the wild banana plant (Musa Textilis); dried and separated into strands then joined into long thread for weaving.

These are woven by the T'boli tribe - one of the surviving ethnic tribe in Southern Philippines. By purchasing these cushions, you are helping in the preservation of this dying art. (Down Feather inserts included.)

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These highly decorative cushions are woven from fibers of the abaca plant, a variety of the banana family. Best known in its commercial form as Manila hemp, fibers are extracted from the inner section of the wild banana plant (Musa Textilis); dried and separated into strands then joined into long thread for weaving.

These are woven by the T’boli tribe – one of the surviving ethnic tribe in Southern Philippines. By purchasing these cushions, you are helping in the preservation of this dying art. (Down Feather inserts included.)

Statue

One of the many specialized crafts in the Philippines is woodcarving and wood sculpture. This area covers a wide range of wooden art pieces from Hispanic folksy images to animistic tactile representations. They tell a story of how faith grew in the Philippines and how it shaped the country.

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One of the many specialized crafts in the Philippines is woodcarving and wood sculpture. This area covers a wide range of wooden art pieces from Hispanic folksy images to animistic tactile representations. They tell a story of how faith grew in the Philippines and how it shaped the country.

Lighting

These lighting designs are created with the indigenous materials found in the Philippines in mind. The uniqueness lies in the masterful combination of familiar designs with various elements in native abundance. Thus, the coconut palm midriff, the forest vine and the recycled crustacean shells become functional art.

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These lighting designs are created with the indigenous materials found in the Philippines in mind. The uniqueness lies in the masterful combination of familiar designs with various elements in native abundance. Thus, the coconut palm midriff, the forest vine and the recycled shells of the crustaceans becomes functional art.

Accessories

With the multicultural background of the Philippines, it is not surprising that the accessories available here is truly a mixture of forms. The European model variegated with the local flair becomes uniquely beautiful. A folk artsy image becomes a celebrated art piece. And the typical becomes unusual.

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With the multicultural background of the Philippines, it is not surprising that the accessories available here is truly a mixture of  forms. The European model variegated with the local flair becomes uniquely beautiful. A folk artsy image becomes a celebrated art piece. And the typical becomes unusual.

Found Object

Every object has a life. It just a matter of finding meaning to its existence. Here at Magiks, we find beauty in what others might see ordinary. When something is inherently exquisite, it transcends time. It yearns to be nurtured, the object is found.

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Every object has a life. It just a matter of finding meaning to its existence. Here at Magiks, we find beauty in what others might see ordinary. When something is inherently exquisite, it transcends time. It yearns to be nurtured, the object is found.