Made in Ukraine: tales telling bedclothes for your babies
Maiia and Kyrylo Proskurnia from Donetsk have founded KAYKA brand offering bedclothes made of 100% cotton reproducing animal voices and fairy tales. The couple having two children decided to create 'talkative' bed linen because from their own experience they know how much time parents need to make their babies asleep. The bedclothes is made of hypoallergenic and wear-resistant material. How to make the bedclothes to 'talk': - install the scanner program on the smartphone and run it;- bring the smartphone camera to a QR-code of
‘Road to Heart’ - social project saving small hearts launched in Ukraine
WOG, together with the Ukrainian Philanthropic Marketplace, ‘Your support’ Charity Foundation and Masha Efrosinina announced the launch of a new phase of the social project ‘Road to Heart’. During the project ‘Road to the Heart’ that will last until the end of this summer, the organizers plan to raise UAH 1,330,000
'New Balance' company sells sneakers with Ukrainian slogan 'Slava Ukraini'
Yurii Shevchuk from Rivne Oblast who currently lives in the United States and teaches Ukrainian language at Columbia University has offered an exclusive variant of sneakers to the sports goods brand 'New Balance'. The footwear is made in yellow and blue colors and has an inscription 'Slava Ukraini' (Ukrainian national slogan) on the sneaker back. The sneakers NB1574 cost $149.99
Pyrohiv museum to show Easter interior and attributes of all regions of Ukraine
From April,19 to May,13 the exhibition 'Easter Ukraine' is being held at the National Museum of Folk Architecture and Life of Ukraine in Pyrohiv. The guests will have an opportunity to see Easter interiors and attributes from different regions of Ukraine: Easter bread (paska), Easter eggs (pysankas), candlesticks, towels, wooden and ceramic boxes, plates and festive clothes. You can visit the exposition every day (except Tuesdays and Wednesdays) from 10am to 5pm
100 trees from all over the world to be planted at Kyiv Ukrainian diasporas alley
Ukrainian diasporas alley will be planted in Kyiv.'The project is aimed at enabling Ukrainian communities worlwide to plant its symbolic tree in Kyiv and showing unity of Ukrainians living in different parts of the world', Oleksandr Bilera, one of the project coordinators, says. The first 20 trees in Rusanivskyi Park will be planted this April
Design of Ukrainian book gets bronze medal in Germany
The book 'This Is How I See' designed by Art Studio 'Agrafka' got the bronze medal of 2019 'The Best Book Design from all over the World' contest initiated by the German fund 'The Art of the Book'.'This Is How I See' is a unique book telling about what can be clearly seen and mysterious and invisible to the human eye things that awakens the curiosity to the universe and to its own essence. Overall, 300 books from 32 countries took part in the contest