PEOPLE OF WODAABE
Inspiration from a smal subgroup in Southern Niger in Africa called "Wodaabe People". Wodaabe means " The People Of The Taboo" and is often translated as the people who respect taboos. These people own almost nothing, yet they are known for their amazing hand made embroidery, using the money to build schools. Wodaabe people are nomadic cattle herders and every year they follow the rain from south to north in order to get food and water. Inspired from their everyday use of materials they bring with them when traveling, such as ropes they make beds and baskets of.