Malta has a fun, quirky side that’s unparalleled – as many of the thousands of local workers in the iGaming sector can attest to. It’s a tasty cocktail of colours that gets washed down with an easy-going lifestyle; a quality that’s impossible to replicate anywhere else in the world. The creative scene on the Maltese islands is bursting and on-hand to document it all is the Te fit-Tazza team.
The trio behind Te fit-Tazza go together like mint, white rum and lime juice… and Malta joins in with the soda and sugar. They have carved out a niche documenting Malta’s identity at a critical time in the history of the islands. Development is chipping away at the islands’ charm, but Te fit-Tazza is keeping it alive with illustrations that serve as poignant time capsules of Malta’s natural beauty and spirit.
The trio have now taken over the brand Souvenirs That Don’t Suck and shaken (not stirred) it up. It’s clear that Malta’s identity is the backbone of their visual guide, and you only need to step into their Sliema or Valletta stores to see how they’ve incorporated their unique art into timeless souvenirs.
Their products and gifts are wearable, useful, and evocative of the heart of our beautiful country. They’re also timeless; a moving snapshot of Malta at a time of rapid development and modernisation.
At Souvenirs That Don’t Suck, you’re not shopping with a big corporation; you’re buying from local artists who aim to highlight Maltese identity and safeguard the country for future generations. It’s not easy to bottle the essence of Malta, but the guys at Te fit-Tazza have somehow managed it.
For more information visit Souvenirs That Don’t Suck at 108, Manwel Dimech Street, Sliema, or 8, St John’s Square, Valletta, or browse online here.
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