Wayuu hat, desert’s oasis.

From the Alta Guajira, the northern tip of Colombia, an indigenous community reinvents their story through their crafts. The wayuu, renown for their woven mochilas and chinchorros, show us now another invaluable treasure: their hats. Woven with isii straw or mawisa, a type of straw which is taken from the Macuira mountain range, a very … Continue Reading

Usiacuri, a vibrant colors story.

At the colombian caribbean zone is located Usiacurí, a full of culture and tradition town that was founded 480 years ago by the Mocana Indigenous tribe. It is one of the most important artisan and cultural places known in that zone of the country. Their colorfull crafts, woven on Iraca straw, are the inheritance of a technique taught through … Continue Reading