Workshop: Otomí Embroidery

AIMED AT ILLUSTRATORS, DESIGNERS, ARTISTS, STUDENTS, AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC INTERESTED IN MEXICAN CULTURE AND TRADITION. He gives: Endy López Saturday, September 29 Hours: 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM Duration:...
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Rotulado Workshop #Carlafernández

ROTULADO WORKSHOP Saturday June 2 from 10:00 to 15:00 hrs. He gives: Isaías Salgado In the digital era, the craft of marker is in danger of extinction. In Mexico, until recently, advertising used to be...
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Carla Fernández #Yasomosempresab

CERTIFICACION EMPRESA B We are very proud to announce our certification as an Empresa B. We are also excited to continue implementing improvements in each of our four axes. Sistema Bwill be our guide...
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Carla Fernández #Oscars

CARLA FERNÁNDEZ Carla Fernández and Darla K. Anderson came together to create a totally new and artistic look. It’s the charro cape, from the collection launched in 2013. And it’s refer to...
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Carla Fernández + Southwest Airlines

Dallas—November 14, 2017—SOUTHWEST AIRLINES CO. (NYSE: LUV) Announced Today. A line of upcycled fashion accessories as a result of a multi-year collaboration with mexican Fashion label carla fernández...
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#EarthDay: Guaje and Lacquer of Temalacatzingo, Guerrero

Temalacatzingo: a Nahuatl community engraved in the highlands of the State of Guerrero, is the most important lacquer producer in Mexico, due to the number of artisans dedicated to this activity as well...
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#EarthDay: Foldings Dyed Naturally with Indigo

Part of the “Dances and Ceremonies” Spring Summer 2017 collection was created in collaboration with artisans from Hueyapan, Puebla, where we created a visual game through the Japanese folding...
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#EarthDay: The Community of Hueyapan and Dyeing with Flowers

“Pecan is the dye we use the most. It gives a brown color in many tones, dye bath after bath: with this first bath it’s a dark brown, almost black, but by the last bath it’s a light beige. Cempazuchitl...
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#EarthDay: Natural Dyes and the Alchemy of Handcrafts

Dye made with cochineal was, along with silver, one of the most valued and most exported materials of Mexico’s colonial period. As time passed, synthetic dyes came to displace natural dyes. We consider...
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#FICUNAM7: Our Short Films at UNAM’s Film Festival

As the years have passed and we’ve worked endlessly to spread the untold stories of artisanal communities from all around Mexico, we have archived and produced great visual content that we love...
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