TUC x Ana Roy Kliin Reusable Cleaning Cloth | Clouds

$6

Our brand new Kliin is a collaboration with Montreal based artist Anabel Roy (aka Ana Roy).

The artist was inspired by elements of air and water when designing this illustration. Ana says that clouds remind us that everything is ephemeral; the only thing we can do is recognize their presence and watch them pass by. She was hesitant about adding rain, thinking that it might be received as something pejorative, but she stuck with her idea—and we thank her for it. Rain, like sadness, is a part of life. When it rains, it may not be a sunset, but it’s not the end of the world either.

Sometimes it rains, sometimes we cry, so what?

The truth is, this bottle caught us off guard. But once we opened our minds to Ana's concept and process, we agreed to step outside our comfort zone and produce the bottle with this illustration that might seem sad. The end result is an everyday object that can help us weather the stormy days a little bit better. Thank you, Ana.


About Anabel

Anabel opened her business, Ana Roy, in 2015. At the time, she was a young illustrator with a degree in graphic design from l’UQÀM who enjoyed creating feel-good visuals for all the anxious souls out there. Her first clothing collection was released in the fall of 2015, and she became known to the public through her now popular "namaste caliss".


Kliin’s reusable towel is the perfect earth friendly replacement for paper towels. Dishwasher and machine washable, it holds 15 times its weight in water. Made of 70% cellulose and 30% cotton it is 100% biodegradable and lasts from 9-12 months. 1 Kliin replaces over 17 rolls of conventional paper towels !


Cloud design by Ana Roy.

Printed in Canada by Kliin.

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Excellent little wipe

Great product - works well and is super absorbent. Cute graphic too.

Thank you! We're really happy to have had a chance to collaborate on this design with the artist Ana Roy. Glad to see that you like it too :)