In our company we create original designs, inspired by ancient Greek art and we offer them printed on usefull elegant objects, such as mugs, bags, T-shirts, towels etc.
The abstraction of a Cycladic figurine, the grace of the galloping archaic horse, the enigmatic nature of the sphinx, are just some of the features of ancient Greek art that fascinated us and pushed us to transfer these forms of the distant past to the present, imprinted on everyday use objects, always adding our personal creative touch.
Neda, in Greek mythology, was a nymph, a deity of springs, daughter of Oceanus (Ocean), the largest of all the rivers. Nymphs were beautiful young women, spirits of nature, who walked around the forests and the rivers. They were playing with Artemis and singing with Pan, out in the wild.
According to the myth, when Zeus (Jupiter) was born, his mother Rhea gave him to Neda to protect him from her husband Cronus (Saturn). Arcadia was a very arid place at that time, so Rhea struck the earth with her stick, creating a rich spring and a river, to which Neda granted her name.
is also the largest of the few Greek rivers with a female name. It
originates from Mount Lycaeus in Messinia and, heading west, flows in
the Ionian sea.