P-monha is a wallet inspired by simplicity and versatility of fabric. The name is a reference to pamonha, typical Brazilian dish made of corn and packed with corn leaves themselves. It’s part of Brazil’s culture and demonstrates simplicity and informality, characteristics of its people.
The project seeks the minimum use of materials and process, characterized by a product basically obtained by a bottomless rectangular bag that is folded by the user, forming five pockets. It’s closed and tied by a ribbon that can also attach a cell phone, keys or gadgets, so the owner never loses his/her items.
The raw-material may come from industrial refuse, small pieces of fabric or other flexible material, being an alternative to leather wallets and may be sold folded or enrolled, saving material and space during logistics and packaging.