Every color makes Mozambique
Inspired by Mozambique, CIN created a color palette that reflects the beauty of the country. They are paints that bring the Indian Ocean, the gastronomy, the fauna and flora, the landscapes, the culture, the tradition and the people who smile in color, to the interior of our homes.
We were inspired by the face of the Macua women painted by Mussiro, the representation of the beauty of Mozambican women. Dressed in colourful capulanas to the rhythm of traditional dances or to the sound of regional chants, the grace, and joy of the women of Nampula mesmerise and contagious. The Mussiro colour conveys the feeling of spacious and bright spaces. Let's paint?
Banana Yellow is inspired by the fruit here. In the clusters of the Namaacha plantations, full of yellow that overflows in Mozambican daily life: in the capulana da neneca, in the flowering acacia, in the wooden stall, in the bustle of the market and in child's play. An invitation to paint according to what moves us: the positive Mozambican intensity. Let's paint?
PALM TREE GREEN
Where the coconut comes from, good people live. The coconut tree brings to our memory long car journeys, in which the landscapes make the windows, the most beautiful works of mother nature. A natural tone that provides contact with nature, is essential to feel a connection to the earth and everything it gives us. Let's paint?
This blue was inspired by the beautiful Mozambican landscapes. The connection with the Indian Ocean and the natural diversity mix in a tone typically from here. Let's paint?
Pink Flamingo celebrates the diversity and beauty of the Mozambican fauna. It is to transport the contrasting light, the delicacy, and the elegance that the colors that walk in the infinite paradisiacal beaches of the Mozambican coast, to the spaces that welcome us. Let's paint?
Peri-Peri Red, the favourite condiment of Mozambican colors, is a warm, stimulating, intense color that provides cozy spaces. Let's paint?
Batik Orange represents Mozambican culture. All the Mozambican artists and artisans who give color to the white canvases, with warm tones and striking features that illustrate the daily life and history of the Mozambican people. This colour represents the art and freedom of expressing what we feel. Let's paint?