Abre Nea is a small social enterprise that started as a way to support Indigenous weavers in Abra, Philippines, during the pandemic. When Typhoon Ulysses hit in November 2020, Abre Nea donated all proceeds to those affected by the disaster.
The logo is a combination of the letters A+N, shaped to look like mountains, which Abra is known for. Since Abre Nea wanted more money to go to the weavers, they wanted to keep packaging costs down by keeping it simple. They plan to use stickers for the packaging later down the road.