Browsing Category : Design & Tradition

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Etsy inspo board to create a bohemian outdoor area


These days of sun and our terrace soon to be finished, encouraged me to create an inspiration board. I have been looking for ideas to decorate terraces, balconies or gardens with bohemian style pieces. A little color that goes with this season of the year and many different textures in each decorative element to create a bohemian outdoor area. And…

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Easter eggs with so much art and tradition


We are already one step away from celebrating Easter and although each country has its own traditions and culture, the design that is created around Easter eggs has left me speechless. Even in some countries, these Easter eggs are displayed in museums and also exhibited in other countries. Are you interested in knowing which countries developed these beauties? Here we…

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Pablo Amaringo : paintings and visions of the Amazon jungle


Pablo Amaringo (1942-2009) was a traditional healer or shaman, artist, art teacher and founder of an arts school, born in the Peruvian Amazonia. His works are unique and well known because they were elaborated through visions of ayahuasca and the song of icaros (shamanic melodies). Do you know what ayahuasca is? Here I tell you a little. Ayahuasca is a traditional…

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For the most romantic people: Say I do in Peru


If you are a romantic and lover of thematic decoration, this post is for you. I’m talking about a Peruvian-themed wedding! And the best, in Peru itself. Maybe it sounds a little crazy and hard to believe, especially because planning a wedding in another country should require a little (really, quite) difficult logistics.Wendy is a Peruvian resident in the US…

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Kené art: Tradition and design from the jungle of Peru


Kené in the Shipibo language refers to the design system of the shipibo-konibo people (in plural it is called kenebo). These designs can be seen being used to cover the surface of the body, clothing and other material supports such as cloth, wood or ceramics. Among the materials they use to trace their designs are natural dyes, seeds, cotton, fabrics,…

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