"If I was told that the end of the world is for tomorrow, I would still plant an apple tree..." Martin Luther King
Our story begins when I was a graphic designer in the industrial sector near Toulouse, in the south of France.
An event came to upset my daily life: the Covid. 🤷♂️ Like many of you, I found myself confined and teleworking. Against good luck , the pandemic gave me the opportunity to return to my parents inTarbes in the family home.
I was already fascinated byOrigami,the Japanese art of paper folding. It's naturally that I fell in love withPapercraftwhile I was looking formanual activitiesto do with my nephews.
Very quickly I createdmy own modelsfirst for my nephews then for the whole family. It was at this moment that I realized that I wanted to allow others to find this satisfaction, to create with their own hands.
Far from the stress of big cities, I founda simpler life.It is this new environment that made me want to change and embark on a new adventure, more in line withmy values and principles.So I quit to devote myself full-time toMori Paper!
Since then I have been in a constant effort to improve all our Mori in order to make the activity aspleasantandfunas possible.
Little by little, we grow and today my family and my childhood friends have joined the adventure.... Thanks to you ! 🙏 🥰
We make it a point of honor to develop and manufacture all our products in France.
We are aware that our prices may seem a little high at first glance. With a view to consuming better , we have chosen to remain on an artisanal scale.
It is essential for us to only offer 100% eco-responsible products, to collaborate with French and even regional companies , preferably , in order to reduce CO2 emissions.
All our products are eco-responsible! Our raw material, paper is 100% recycled and certifiedBLUE ANGEL
Part of our revenue is donated directly to Tree Nation , an NGO that fights and takes concrete action against deforestation.