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The idea for the pattern is derived from the protocycladic ceramics found in the island of Milos. The composition was created by editing editing various designs and forms that were handpainted on prehistoric pieces of pottery – kernoi, jugs and vases. A repurposing of the original artefacts which gave birth to new accessories for the here and now.

Shapes and elements from the protocycladic ceramics


The collection consists of a bucket hat, a versatile bag -both made with a limited edition greek indigo denim fabric-, plus an oversized cotton T-shirt. The three archetypical pieces are reinvented into unique items, through the application of the silk screen technique, and bring the M2P “Milos” pattern to life.

Printed on natural fabrics the M2P Milos denim vases are featured at the stylish HYPER HYPO store, in the historical centre of Athens. Central to the whole process is the silkscreen method. carried out in the the only traditional printing house of this kind in Greece.