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sololá pantolones pillows

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Luna*Zorro Pantolones Lumbar Pillows are sourced and created in the heart of a vibrant village called Sololá. Sololá sits at the base of a crater, surrounded by volcanoes in the western highlands of Guatemala where two of my partner cooperatives are located. With it’s picturesque panoramic views of Lake Atitlan, Sololá is a daily bustle of men, women, and children wearing their traditional hand-woven clothing rich with color and design. Sololá is an indigenous Mayan community of approximately 80,000 people; the most common language spoken in not Spanish, but rather a native Mayan dialect known as Kaqchikel.   Weaving is an intricate,...

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How it began

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Luna*Zorro truly came to life in the spring of 2014 when I was in search of the perfect bedspread. I was already living in Antigua and was sure I could find something easily. But the more I looked, the more it seemed that I could only find primary, secondary and even fluorescent colored pieces, and while beautiful, I didn’t want such a bright palette in my bedroom. One morning while passing through the artisan market, feeling unconvinced I’d ever find what I had in mind, I began chatting with a local weaver who took an interest in my (dare I...

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textile love child

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Anyone who knows me, knows that I love Instagram. I do. It drives me slightly crazy that I’m such a social media nerd when it comes to Instagram, but man, it’s opened so many cool doors into worlds I would otherwise never have known about. As a small business owner and designer, Instagram is a platform for me to put my creations out into the world for feedback and exposure, a place to see and know like-minded artists, a sounding board for ideas, a pool of creativity, and a streaming wealth of inspiration. One of the most exciting things to...

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the start of something beautiful.

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Maybe it’s because I don’t think we will live in Guatemala forever, or because I am obsessed with catching poignant and magical shots with my camera (phone), but I do feel like I am ever-ready on the look out for what’s around me and this keeps me aware and awake. I think that is something that makes traveling so unique – we are pushed out of our norms enough to notice things we may otherwise miss simply because we are in a new environment. These things suddenly become more apparent and therefore more thrilling or inspiring. Often, when we are...

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