T-Lab Pole Pole Wooden Animal Tanuki
"Pole pole" means slowly, bit by bit, in Swahili. The Japanese manufacturer T-Lab is committed to passing on the craftsmanship of woodworking. The original minimalist design, round and smooth, makes these animals very endearing and cute.
Learn more about T-Lab through the article T-Lab Pole Pole: Our History, Our Ethics
Cut, sculpted, finely sanded and finally painted by hand, each piece is somewhat different and completely unique!
- Handcrafted in Bali
- Vegetable-based paint
- Albizia Falcata" wood from eco-responsible forests
- Each animal is different, each model is unique: the size and shape of the animal may vary.
- Decorative object, not suitable for small children
Eco-responsible wooden animals
T-Lab preserves the natural and very rapid growth of the forests of Albizia Falcata by committing itself to replanting the trees used for its production. It is an entirely natural product without any chemical or polluting treatment in the wood or in the paint used.
A natural and minimalist decorative object
The simplicity and gentleness of this animal will soothe you throughout the day. It will easily find its place on your desk, a simple glance at your pet totem will make you forget all the daily worries.
The perfect balance between the colour of the natural wood and its black paint make it a unique piece of decoration that will easily find its place in your home. Your pole pole pet will look just as good in a very bright place like a window sill or lurking in the shadow of a bookcase.
To best match your interior design, the ideal would be to place your favourite pet in a that fits perfectly with this type of design product: a wooden shelf, a Scandinavian-inspired desk or as decoration in a child's room.
An original gift is surprising
If you are looking for an original gift, the koala and the kangaroo will please your friends who have lived in Australia, the tiger cat or the bulldog will remind your friends of thepet which is waiting for them at home. Maybe your loved ones have a totem animal they particularly like?