The Maasai tribe is considered the largest in Africa, although the exact number is not known. The Masai do not have passports and are semi-nomadic. These are tall, stately people who are easily recognizable by their jewelry made of colored beads. Each color has its own meaning: blue symbolizes the sky, green - vegetation, yellow and orange - hospitality, black - life difficulties, white - health and inner harmony. The photographs of these people are quite expensive for tourists, they do not want to be shot for free. Our solution is a volumetric magnet depicting a Maasai woman wearing distinctive beads.