After 2 years of great success, the new Teastick GEMS collection takes the original Teastick design to exciting new colors, materials and functionality. The Gems are made out of FDA grade polycarbonate that allows the tea-lover to see their tea blooming as it steeps. Especially great for herbals!
The Teastick, designed by Aly, and concepted by Aly and Ty, was featured in the “Carolina Clips” section of the July issue for Southern Living magazine.
A few years ago it was The Teastick, now it is all about the Mila Case! Mila Case’s provide a fashionable protective cover for your iPod or other MP3 player.
The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design has award Gamila a Good Design award for The Teastick. The competition selected the Teastick out of hundreds of submissions ranging “from an airplane to a paperclip.” Awards will be posted on the Athenaeum website December 31.
Ty Beddingfield has moved into Designbox to establish headquarters of Gamila Products, LLC. Beddingfield and Rich Futrell were the founders of The Third Place Coffeehouse in Raleigh. As their highly successful coffee business also grew their sales of fine loose teas, they saw a need in the market for a new tea infuser. After contacting Aly Khalifa [db], they collaborated to create The …
December 7, 2001: “Gamila Tea Party” a tasty show about design October 5, 2001: “The Kool Kids’ Show!” works by various young artists September 7, 2001: “Oh, the Humanity!” Works by Phillip McKay part II. August 3, 2001: “Oh, the Humanity!” Works by Phillip McKay. July 6, 2001: Paintings by David Molesky. June 1, 2001: Work by Graham McKinney. May …
Are they out of their minds? Making a beautiful tradition even more beautiful? In this market? Are they afraid of nothing? See the press release about this bold sculptural tea infuser.