A bold logo encapsulates two color-blocked arches decorated in blue, yellow, and orange – which mirror each other to create a typographic ‘m’. The emblem is vibrant, and the brand which epitomizes it, Meyourge, is just as visually promising. Think ornate patterns. Punchy color-blocking. Minimalist, yet also maximalist. But don’t be fooled– this isn’t your mama’s Ankara print – a super straight-forward disclaimer from founder, Remul Johnson, herself.
Reassessing traditional African aesthetics with a modern pop art-esque approach, Meyourge’s mission is to create completely functional and useful objects, which also exist as works of art themselves. Catering to the color-infatuated art and design enthusiast, the brand also deeply values authenticity, culture, and exclusivity, while incorporating afro-futurism with Blackity Black luxury. The assortment is also classified into two general product categories, including hard and soft décor, which diffuses into a larger collection of wallpaper, dinner plates, scarves, fabric, napkins, and many other home accessories.