To inspire and be inspired for better living.
Japanese artist Hajime Okamoto focuses on calligraphy, painting and zen concepts. His famous Kabamaru Series debuted in 1998, featuring a group of whimsical cat characters.
The Sinkhole Vessels were crafted by the Mateo Family: Dorotea, Alberta, Macrina, Angelina, Elia and Amalia, a group of highly skilled ceramists who inherited ancestral techniques that are deeply embedded in the local culture.
Currently on view at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, the Sinkhole project is the result of a collaboration between London-based artist Liliana Ovalle and Oaxacan ceramist collective Colectivo 1050°.
A dream destination for many of us, Oaxaca does not only boast a magnificent landscape, but also takes pride in its rich culture and ancestral craft traditions that are still alive today. These techniques have been passed down from generation to generation, refined, and remained an active part in the community life.