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"Ya Tumu" Mildret

"Already Tumu" Mildret

"Already Tumu" Mildret

 

My name is Mildret Rosales and I represent my called group "Already Tumu" that in language Otomi it means, butterfly. We are a group of women that we join for bordad with the skill and the colors and designs of Tenango that characterize us, to announce our beauty to the world in different pieces of clothes, footwear and decoration

Aikana

Aikana

Aikana

 

AIKANA was founded in 2016 and is a South American language spoken by only 100 people, for this reason our products are identified with the creation of a language, which communicates visually and emotionally with the pleasure of enjoying daily life, its logo It is an elephant with a single stroke, which represents positivism, good fortune, power, success, intelligence and good experiences. Our inspiration is the taste for "handmade", artisanal, supporting different indigenous cultures and their works full of textures taken from nature with geometric organic shapes and natural materials taking a contemporary direction.

Alfredo-Poot

Alfredo Poot (Xkoocay)

Alfredo-Poot

 

Don Alfredo began to learn and work with artisans in the state 15 years ago, going out to sell in the streets and fairs of the towns, until his fame made him not have to go out to look for clients but now they look for him for his quality and dedication in his workshop in Valladolid. Later, his family began to learn new techniques and innovate designs, always trying to improve and making unique pieces that show their culture. We choose the pieces of leek that we can, sand, paint and polish and add colored glass gems, finishing them with a technique known as sgraffito to make lamps, tortilleros, pots, etc.

Bianji

Bianij

Bianji

 

When I was a little girl, I started helping my popes in their Mezcal bottle painting workshop, but over time they decided to swap the items for the chemicals used and dedicate themselves to cotton looms. My grandmother would sit in the aisle to embroider and teach me with a level of total perfection as she said that "If things were done they had to be perfect, otherwise it was worth doing them." As I grew up, I began to design children's clothes focused on every detail to make unique pieces.

Fabians-Barro-Negro

Black Fabian clay

Fabian barohei

 

After studying management, I decided to continue my family's legacy of black clay handicrafts. Since then, I have created innovative works in Oaxaca, as well as in Spain and Guatemala, winning national awards. I attended associations such as mubar (mud women) and attended specialized courses in high temperature furnaces, molds and surrounding areas run by icapet.

Campeche

Campeche

Canixa

Canixa

Canixa

 

"Canixa" are a line of unique handmade coffee makers, made by Mayan communities of Quintana Roo and Chiapas. We take advantage of the wood and jícaras that have been a kitchen utensil for the drinks of the Mayan jungle and the made mugs of mud. We seek to raise awareness of a balance between the distribution of economic benefits to indigenous rural communities, strengthen the means of community life and root to cultural values, through sustainable consumption without forgetting our membership in Mother Earth

Constantino Patrón

Constantine Patrón

Constantine Patrón

 

Olinalá comes from two Nahuas Ollyn words from tlallyn which means place of tremors. To paint the tools that are used are feathers and spines, the fabric is pre-washed blanket and textile paint. The wood is linaloe that is cut by hand, and then put a varnish based on soils and natural oils such as chia and flaxseed and is decorated with natural stones extracted from the subsoil that are cooked and grounded to obtain a white powder and mix with different colors. It is polished and varnished leaving to dry for a fortnight and again the same process is done. Chia oil is mixed with soil making a paste that serves as glue. There are two pre-Hispanic design techniques: shelled scratching and brush painted. In total each box is made between 20 and 30 days.

Cocijo

cook

cook

 

My name is Rodrigo, and I've been a craftsman since I was 10, and now I'm 52 It's a legacy of my parents who taught me how to make cotton, men's shirts, clothes, and my specialty is corn shrapnel, because it's a typical Mithra woman's dress. The design of the shell tissue includes corn, beans, black lines in mourning and six heart points, as well as space and underground world What I did was "this is the name of my factory in memory of the old God of lightning."

Diseños de Autor

Designs of Author

Mexican crafts recognized by its innovation, creativity, quality as well as important recognition and awards.
Duxiil-Carmen-Vazquez

Duxiil - Carmen Vazquez

Duxiil-Carmen-Vazquez

 

Our workshop is called "Arte Duxiil" which in Zapotec means art in cotton thread. At arte duxiil we are proud to be the third generation that continues to preserve the art of pedal loom weaving, always ready to innovate without losing the origin of our roots in textile design. We are a source of decent work for other families. Our work is symbolized by the frets of our Oaxacan archaeological zone that our ancestors left us

Eduardo Dzul kumul

Eduardo Dzul kumul

La historia de como empezamos hacer esta artesanía fue cuando mi hermano empezó a hacerlos un día que tenia su tiempo libre, practicarlo con mucha paciencia y si ahora gracias a Dios tiene un buen trabajo y hemos entregado a varios clientes que están satisfechos por su trabajo de mi familia , de ahí tengo dos hermanitas mas que se pusieron a practicarlo igual y si aprendieron y ellas se dedican a hacer hamacas, sillas columpios y decoración de Macramé

Eliuth Casteñeda

Eliuth Casteñeda

Eliuth Casteñeda

 

I'm a 38-year-old silversmith. I inherited the trade from my parents and brothers who taught me how to make jewellery pieces with great affection and appreciation, so that our buyers would see a part of our talent all over the world.

Esteban-Hernandez

Esteban Hernandez elkoribury

Esteban hernand

 

Our workshop starts in St. Martin We started in Oaxaca and described the shamans in our zapoteca culture with wooden masks used in community carnivals. Our grandparents told us that nahuales and tonas are people with special talents. Each person is born with a kind of protective animal (Tona). It will accompany and protect your whole life. In the past, soot was thrown into the door at night so that you could tell the baby's voice (armor, hyenas, jaguars, etc.) from footprints. Today, alebruecker doodles with acrylic paint and some natural pigments, using techniques that have been passed down from generation to generation. Among these techniques, a punctuation is highlighted, with scales, flowers and degradation, showing the symbol of Zapotec.

Fabi Guerrero

Fabi Guerrero

Fabi es una voluntaria que apoya a los artesanos de la sierra de Guerrero, que trabajan con sus manos las mas bellas artesanías hechas de palma.

 

Ciudad de México

Mexico City

Estado de México

Mexico state

Diseño Mexicano Moderno

Modern Mexican Design

Mexican designers manage to create unique artisanal products, mixing modernity with ancestral materials and techniques.
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