We are specialized in turbans and head wraps, their history and the connections between aesthetics, politics and art. Our research is focused on the Afro-Diasporic culture, and we connect the social function of turbans’ non-verbal communication, its innumerable forms of use and meanings in different cultural contexts; and its place in political activism. We are focused on bring beauty to empower, play with prints and shapes, register a legagy and fight against racism. We love to travel, to inspire and be inspired by people. We've bringing the project to a wide range of festivals, conferences, street parties and unique events in cities around the world (including Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Salvador, London, Amsterdam, Paris, Brussels, Madrid, Barcelona and Dublin). Here are a few of the work we've done.