Mamukko is the award winner eco – conscious venture of Hungarian brothers, Levente & Attila Magyar settled in one of the nicest corners of the world, Kinsale – Ireland.
Here we are. 🙂
Mamukko is all about upcycling, creativity & passion! Mamukko is uniqueness, originality & consciousness!
We proudly build on our family’s heritage as 4th generation creators & designers.
One of our passions ( apart of DJ – ing, original oil landscape painting, djembe drumming & playing with our labrador – boxer, Mango ) is the collection of unique & original sails, life rafts, leather, textiles & upcycling them into boutique manufactured one offs & limited edition eco – friendly sailing, fashion & lifestyle bags in our workshop in Kinsale, Ireland.
We use traditional leather craftsmanship & skills inherited from our parents Arpad ( Jack ) Magyar & Erzsebet Magyar ( Mamcika ) to upcycle & circulate our textiles creating an eco-eclectic & original style of our own.
Jack _ Arpad Magyar ( left ) _ I. P. M. Sport _ Stock room _ Szaszregen _ 1973
Mamcika _ Erzsebet Magyar _ I. J. P. P. S. Workshop _ Szaszregen _ 1989
“Working with upcycled materials is important to our ethos of sustainable and eco-conscious product development.”
We are honored for having received the following awards in Ireland:
Winner @ “Institute of Designers in Ireland Design Awards 2014”
in “Design Sustainability” Category
Highly Commended Award @ “Institute of Designers in Ireland Design Awards 2014”
in “Craft Design: Hand Made Product” Category
Shortlisted for “Branded Goods IP Awards” at “The Intellectual Property Awards 2014”
Finalist @ “Green Awards 2014″ in “The Waste to Business Resource Award Category”
“Highly Commended Award” @ “Showcase Best Product Awards 2014” in “Accessories Category”
“Silver Award” @ “Startup Awards 2013″ in “Green Startup of the Year” category
Our philosophy is simple.
To create authentic & original bags ( products ) from selected reclaimed sails, liferafts, leather & other textiles.
This is why each & every Mamukko is handcrafted by us in our workshop in Kinsale, Ireland. We love every single aspect of this nice circulatory road from sourcing the sails, liferafts & other fabrics to stitching the pieces together & taking the pictures while we listen to our records played on a Technics 1210 turntable.
A bit more about the uniqueness of our products.
Each one off & limited edition Mamukko has a unique serial number hand-stamped onto the bag or on a stitched in label.
Our stitched in labels are made from upcycled sailcloth & hold the serial number ( product sequence number ), the batch number & the fabrics used to make the bag.
Our business model & production style is not a traditional one. We design & make new products every single week. We keep templates of ( nearly ) all the products we make but as a result of the amount of new designs we create we stop making some of the “old” designs.
We are always “limited” to the fabrics we source. This is why we make limited edition small batch series & one off designs. We could repeat some of the designs ( depending on the quantity of certain sails or fabrics we have ) but we enjoy & prefer reinventing ourselves & constantly coming up with new innovative ideas & products.
We constantly update our shop with new products so please come back again once in a while if you are curious what
Mamukko boys will cut & stitch in the future.
The future is green! Thank you for reading our story,