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mexican alebrijes of oaxaca
89 ProductsHand-carved Mexican Alebrijes of Oaxaca reflect the flamboyant and exotic side of Mexican culture. The artists express themselves through the whimsical colors and designs. These original pieces reflect the artists flair for the bizarre and wonderful and range from $15 to almost $1000. Not a toy. Many small parts. Not for children.
mexican coconut masks & decor
15 ProductsThe Mexican Coconut Masks and mermaid bowls are hand-crafted in the state of Guerrero. The coconut shell is soaked for softening and then scraped clean in preparation to become a mask or decorative bowl. Creative artisans allow the shells to dry, hardening to the consistency of wood, before turning these simple vessels into masks of suns, fruit, animals or even filling them with mermaids.
mexican day of the dead art
38 ProductsHand painted Day of the Dead Ceramics reflect the flamboyant and exotic side of Mexican culture. The artists express themselves through the whimsical and original designs they give to each peice. Mexican Day of the Dead Folk Art also reflects the artists flair for the bizarre and wonderful. Fair Trade Folk Art from Taxco Mexico.
mexican textiles & pillows
4 ProductsThe Mexican dream animal cotton pillows are hand-embroidered by Maria Bautista Sosa and her family of Oaxaca, Mexico. Oaxaca also gives us the handwoven 100% wool Tree of Life Tapestries made by the Zapatec Indians. Still more tapestries are from Chiapas, Mexico and all are fair trade supporting the artisans and their families. Assorted throw pillows are also made by artisans in India using Mexican designs such as Frida Kahlo.