Stepping into the Sabu-Sabu shop is a treat for the senses. Whiffs of lavender, patchouli, rose, peppermint, lemongrass and more fill the air. Tucked in a serene, rice-paddy filled section of Mae Rim, Sabu-Sabu’s mantra
Sirilak Samanasak Chappell worked part-time at a jewelry shop while studying in university. She became interested in learning the process of designing and producing her own pieces so enrolled in courses in a local polytechnic.
Rubber Killer first debuted their unique line of products at the Nimmanhaemin Arts Promenade back in 2010. Owner/designer Soreongrong “Joei” Wong-Savun transforms recycled materials such as inner-tubes of tires and car seat-belts into minimalist trendy
In 1988 artist and art historian Patricia Cheesman was inspired to revitalize the Thai art of hand made complex weaving and intricate patterns to create unique textiles. The results are textiles and garments made from