Ancestral Legacy in the Amuzgo Huipil

Ancestral Legacy in the Amuzgo Huipil

Artisan's Profiles: The faces behind our productsRegina Campos
Among the most exquisite and distinctive types of huipiles, we can find the Amuzgo huipil from the Guerrero and Oaxaca region. This unique huipil is a piece that has significant historical and cultural significance... Read more...
Preserving Maya Roots: Ch'ol Embroidery

Preserving Maya Roots: Ch'ol Embroidery

Artisan's Profiles: The faces behind our productsRegina Campos
Join us in this very special highlight, where we introduce Diana Laura Montejo Arcos, a Maya-Ch’ol artisan from the community of Amado Nervo, in Yajalón, Chiapas and the work that she does in her workshop Ibojñilel Puy.. Read More...
Dot by Dot: Colectivo Jafet's Skillful Capulineado

Dot by Dot: Colectivo Jafet's Skillful Capulineado

Artisan's Profiles: The faces behind our productsRegina Campos
In this week's blog we tell you all about capulineado technique from a first-source, María Inés, master potter from the Jafet Collective in Capula, Michoacán. Read more...
Collectivo Avilés: The talent behind Xalitla Art

Collectivo Avilés: The talent behind Xalitla Art

Artisan's Profiles: The faces behind our productsRegina Campos
Join us as we introduce Samuel Aviles’ story who, together with his family, founded a small workshop that proudly presents the colorful and vibrant Xalitla legacies that their ancestors... Read More...
Barro Negro: Ancestral Tradition and Masterful Craftsmanship

Barro Negro: Ancestral Tradition and Masterful Craftsmanship

Artisan's Profiles: The faces behind our productsRegina Campos
Barro negro (black clay) pottery, made of natural clay found only in Oaxaca, is the ultimate combination of intricate handmade work, the art of centuries-old traditions... Read more
Highlight of Talent: Shadow Boxes or Nichos Mexicanos

Highlight of Talent: Shadow Boxes or Nichos Mexicanos

Artisan's Profiles: The faces behind our productsRegina Campos
Learn all about the work of art that are shadow boxes, known in Spanish as nichos, vitrinas, or retablos, as well as the history of the talented hands who make them in Casa Calavera, a workshop in Puebla, Mexico.