DYING BREED series
A long time ago, a mystical bond existed between man and animals. Our ancestors venerated extraordinary species, searching for support in their struggles with hardships and dangers of everyday life. Today the situation changed, and once awe-inspiring animals – wolfs, lynxes and brown bears – need our help. We’ve decided to give human totems to our beautiful endangered animals. In order to better present the fate of the dying breed, chosen patrons are types of men being on the verge of extinction. Sea Dog, Handyman and Gentleman.
5% from sales of the DYING BREED cushions goes to endangered species!
According to Polish Code of Honour by Władysław Boziewicz of 1919, a gentleman was characterised by valour i.e. determination, bravery and gallantry, also when defending a good reputation of women. At the same time, he conducted himself with the utmost propriety. In Anglo-Saxon countries, the appellation “gentleman” was used in the context of a man who didn’t have to work but couldn’t be raised to the nobility. Bears live under special laws since they are omnivorous, and they don’t have to run after their prey. Undoubtedly dangerous predators with gentle souls.