Kekino is a children's blanket created from the concept of a "frog", a fortune-telling game that develops children's imagination and creativity through endless joining, stacking, and disassembly. Because of its shape and form, the "frog" resembles the assembly of smaller parts that make up a larger whole. The relationship between the child and the blanket is important from the point of view of science and what each individual perceives as their child's earliest intimacy.
By introducing colors and geometry, the desire is to revive the game of frogs in an unconventional way through a product, a blanket for children that will contain the qualities of the folded paper itself. In this way, an adult will evoke mental memories, and a child at his age will create a space to hide in the world of children's intimacy.
A blanket for children in the form of a frog allows the child to be covered while sleeping, play by folding the blanket in different ways, and hide toys in order to develop motor skills at the age of the baby. A product of a high aesthetic nature that encourages children's imagination and develops children's intimacy. The system of folding into the form of a frog is of a symbolic nature because it arises from an instinctive reaction to the word intimate.
Amina Musić graduated in product design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo. Realized a number of student projects in the field of product and fashion design, working simultaneously as a costume designer and set designer. When working, her emphasis is on freedom, naturalness, practicality, and a moment of magic in design. Artistic expression is permeated through carefully selected project topics with a dose of reflection on the relationship between form and function. Design is a way of life and thinking, a daily effort to improve and innovate the future of the design scene, locally and globally. Active research on the combination of product design and marketing continued through the Master's study of Marketing Management at the Faculty of Economics in Sarajevo in cooperation with the University of Zagreb.