Digo goods is an initiative created by my anthropologist friend, Suz Huggett.
Still in its initial stages, we are working closely with small, women cooperatives from around the world. We create unique designs that show their mastery of the craft, embody the traditions and cultures of their place, and appeal to modern taste of the responsible consumer. Our format presents functions as a platform for small rural cooperatives, helping them through design, marketing, and distribution to reach an international demand, while preserving their crafts and traditions.
Each product tells a story; a motif, a technique, a legend, a memory. We’ve formed relationships with these gifted women with the goal of creating and sustaining meaningful and mutual exchanges between the creator and the consumer.