The Platform Collective | Start Up of The Week: Fictive Fingers
Fictive Fingers, Silkscreen Printing
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Start Up of The Week: Fictive Fingers

This week, we are featuring Fictive Fingers, an independent textile design house started by sisters Aisah Dalduri, 23, and Hani Dalduri, 30. The Platform Collective finds out how these sisters stepped out of their comfort zones to pursue something they love.
Aisah and Hani are go-getters who built their business based on the philosophy of slow design. They believe in putting their heart and soul into the products that they make and take ownership in every step of the production process.
Fictive Fingers was started seven years ago when Hani and Aisah wanted to do something creative and meaningful with their lives. From creating a unique market for themselves to heading the Handmade Movement in Singapore, these ladies have displayed grit that has propelled their business to what it is today.
Fictive Fingers is looking for filmmakers who can direct creative campaigns. Check out Fictive Finger’s profile here:


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