May 25, 2015

Creative Process, Culture, Store

Behind-the-Scenes Look at KampInd’s Creative Process

If you know me, you know that I LOVE creative processes. It’s been exciting to co-create KampInd’s line of Double Dribble bandana bibs and blankies.  We’ve also got some products in the works for niche audiences, so you’ll have to stay tuned! In the meantime, I wanted to share a photo series of the evolution of KampInd.


Union jack


First, KampInd created unique bibs honoring their home base in the United Kingdom as well as bibs using prints from India and Uganda, which combine the co-founders’ heritages.


picture of labels on jute bag

Realizing that the bibs needed to be branded, we created this logo on tags to affix to the bandana bibs and tag blankies.

Goan market pic of bibs with labels

Here is a shot of the labels affixed to an Indian-inspired bib.  Things are coming along!

African inspired bib on jute bags

And, here’s a shot of KampInd’s packaging.  When you order their products, they will arrive in these lovely jute bags!

kamp ind accessorized spread









Who says dads struggle to dress their daughters? Check out the above ‘look’ co-founder Jonah B. put together for Iyla with the ‘Kilamanjaro’ bandana bib!

Gift Set to Christin

The assorted 3-pack of bandana bibs has been a best-seller, and the gift set above reached Christin Quaye of Chicago, IL before her firstborn’s arrival!

Packaging and branding has evolved from cellophane bags to jute bags, which complement the look and feel of  KampInd’s exclusive products.

If you’d like to check out KampInd’s etsy store, visit:  

The ArtFullness Project is KampInd’s U.S. Distributor, so you can find and order their products here:  

And, for a closer look at KampInd, connect with them on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

In the comments, please share why multicultural baby products are important to you!

Jacqueline Lara is president of Mpact PR, LLC, which develops messaging and conducts media relations for nonprofits, entrepreneurs and artists. As creative architect and events producer of The ArtFullness Project, Lara explores creative processes and blogs about the intersection of art and business.