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The Making of the Puebla Mexican Dress

We had the opportunity to document the production of a Mexican dress that has become quite popular. From the printing of the fabric with rubber stamps that have been carved by hand, through the long process of hand embroidery or machine embroidery; and lastly to the assembly and finish of the dress, this process depends […]

Where our home décor items come from?

Edith Morales, craftswoman, is originally from Teotitlán del Valle, which means Land of the Gods in the Nahuatl language, is a town within the state of Oaxaca, Mexico. She, along with more artisans from her community, elaborate the table runners and artisanal and handmade wool pillows, which are woven in waist loom and some are […]

Communities of artisans in Oaxaca, “The indigenous communality”

It is in Teotitlán del Valle, a community located within the state of Oaxaca, Mexico, where many of the Artisanal Mexican Products of Decor Artesanal are created. Oaxaca is one of the states where most native indigenous communities live and these communities are capable of creating or recreating the necessary conditions for autonomy: reciprocity based […]

What do we call Artisanal Products?

It is called artisanal, all goods and products that are elaborated through traditional or manual techniques, without the intervention of an industrial processes. The artisanal process is one of the oldest production models created by man. It is characterized for being a manual elaboration process, inside small salons or workshops, it relies on the use […]