Inspired by the okir, a general term for both the scroll and geometric forms of the Maranaos’ which depicts abstract forms of fruits, leaves, and buds or blossoms. The okir can be commonly seen as ornate wood carvings of panolongs (exposed beam-end structure) of royal houses called torogans in many villages around the Lake Lanao shores.
10% of profit from the sales of this design will go to our partner NGO, Batang Transformers.
- Soft micro-fiber top material (Balanced surface)
- Stitched edges
- Natural non-slip rubber base
Prominent Design Colors
Available Sizes (depending on color variant)
- XL (700mm x 300mm), 3mm Thickness