Design Items, Created in Greece
This e-shop presents the most unique design ideas in the field of the Greek souvenir!

Featured products

  • fragile pocket calendars 2019 Kostantia Manthou
    7,00 €

    Α tiny calendar for you to carry around in your bag, only for the important stuff of 2019. A creative little diary, in order to limit all the endless and frantic everyday-to-do lists. The material is deliberately light plain paper in order to highlight even more, with its fragility, the importance of the notes.

  • set of 4 cups - greek design
    95,00 €

    A set of little bowls/cups that, placed one on top of the other, form a column of the Doric order for your table! A unique item, for your home or office, with a design inspired from the ancient Greek temples. Greek design at its best!

  • Octopus necklace
    24,00 €

    Octopus necklace, inspired by the Greek sun and summer! Brass accessory, by the 'A Future Perfect' design team.

  • lets dance bag
    58,00 €

    Funky, old-school drawstring backpack in blue and white stripes, featuring a je m’en fous message for the greek crisis and all the turmoil it has brought the Greeks. So, Let’s Dance! (and carry your stuff around with style)

  • Athens coasters
    36,00 €

    Take the most beloved pieces of Athens with you! A set of 4 (four) hand painted concrete coasters. Made in Greece, by Greek designers. A unique and useful souvenir, indeed!

The designers’ platform It’s all, oh so souvenir to me!, brings under the same umbrella the interpretations of over 60 Greek designers to the question: What would Greece be, if it were a souvenir. The result portrays a line of objects with different utilitarian value, materials, ideas and concepts, all with a focus on Greece

Over 80 Greek designers redefine the design and meaning of the traditional Greek souvenir

It's all, oh so souvenir to me!
Design Items Created in Greece

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Over 80 Greek designers, from all sectors of design, define the souvenir as a highly aesthetic object, overturning the folklore stereotypes and introducing a New Greek identity.

“It’s all, oh so souvenir to me”

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