Malinalco brings a new perspective to enamel kitchenware. They merge Mexican popular culture imaginary with enamel kitchenware which is a kitchen element used in Mexican homes.
After traveling around the world, Malinalco founder, Natalie Saint-Martin fell in love with Mexico's beauty and madness. That is how Marie, who loved nature and stationary, decided to develop a collection of cards and notebooks inspired by Mexican popular culture. Also, working with Mexican designers she developed a collection for children with masks, coloring books, and paper cutting dolls.
Enamel became the next step, taking its traditional use in Mexican daily life and giving it a modern twist with Malinalco favorites: skulls, Mexican lottery and luchadores (wrestlers). They also launched a collection dedicated to Frida and Diego, they are very requested in different museum shops (Frida Kahlo Museum, MoMa, among others).