Mara Ink

Traveling Teachers met an extraordinary young woman outside of Oslo, Norway!  Sixteen years old and immensely talented, Mahnoor creates original stencils, lithographs them and then gives the profits to charity.  Her work is delicate, exuberant and incredibly gifted for someone so young.  She personifies what we're trying to accomplish at Traveling Teachers: teachers and students acting socially responsible and changing the world through expression and creativity.  Her work is only available in Norway at the moment, but we think you'll be seeing much more of her work in the future.  http://www.maraink.no/



My name is Mahnoor Raja and I am 16 years old. I launched my collection on the 7th of September 2013. My collection of Elephants is called ELEPHANATI. Help me by ordering a product and support a charity! 
All of the elephants are handmade by me and are then "printed" onto the t-shirt with my signature and the MARA ink logo! 
I was given an art project to write about myself and interests, and so I decided to give my grandma a call. She has always had an obsession with elephants (since she grew up in Kenya) and so gave me the inspiration to draw elephants. I added a little twist to the idea of an original elephants and designed them in my own way by hiding symbols to them. Each and every elephant represent something. 

My little t-shirt business, which I hope to expand is based in Stavanger, Norway EST. 2013. If you have any questions or inquires, please feel free to write a message to the page using Private Message (inbox) or send an email to: marainkofficial@gmail.com


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2 comments:

  1. I just came across this post and I appreciate the kind words a lot! It was a pleasure to meet you as well. Hopefully we will meet again during the summer! :-)

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