This design comes from Mulenga J Mulenga. She is a Zambian artist that works in our WASH'n'soul project. Through her art she stitches together past, present and future, her own origin and the role of black women. She reimagines old and new narratives around the female gender: In order to build a strong and healthy community we need to educate girls and give them access to clean drinking water. Because often women are responsible for water and at the same time they are the first caregivers. Water is female and so is the future. Mulenga's lifehack for artists: material is everywhere and anything.
Mulenga J Mulenga
- 100% pollutant- and plastic-free
- climate neutral production in Germany
- 60-80 % recycled glass
- 1€ to our drinking water project WASH'n'soul
- tap water is much cheaper than bottled water
- glass bottle
- ceramic swing top
- stainless steel hinge
- natural rubber gasket
26 cm height
Ø 7.5 cm
29 cm height
Ø 8.5 cm
frequently asked questions
How do I best clean my soulbottles?
Your soulmate loves water and even more enjoys rides in the dishwasher. Feel free to take your bottle apart for that. This video shows you how to best do that with the lid. Oh, your bottle has gold or silver printing? Since you don't want the shimmer and shine to go away, your soulmate is waiting for your touch. Or that of a brush with vegan tampico bristles made from agave...oh hang on, our soulbrush is made from them!
Why aren't all designs available in both sizes?
Because of the limited amount of designs, we would rather go for a new design rather than "just" printing it on a different size. But hey: if you find 50 friends who are just as in love as you are with a design, you can custom order them. For that, contact email@example.com.
What about tea?
As with all glass products and hot drinks it depends on the difference in temperature. We recommend for it to not be more than 40 degrees. What you can do is place your bottle in warm water to temper it before filling it up with tea. That also means that in order to fill it with boiling water, you would have to heat it up to 60 degrees...which is pretty cozy.