February 12, 2015
These alebrije inspired combs, were crafted at the workshop of siblings Vicente and Brisia Hernandez in San Martín Tilcajete on the outskirts of Oaxaca, Mexico. Alebrije are fantastically painted folk art sculptures that owe their life to one ill artist’s fever dream. We’re all for dreaming in pink.
One might call Marrakech’s walls red, but we think they’re a dusty hue of pink.
So perfectly pretty and pink! Handcrafted and hand painted in Marrakech, Morocco.
Lip Smacking Pink
There’s no pink like Mexican pink. This hot pink cookbook is full of excellent recipes from the streets of Mexico.
Wrap yourself in this pink ikat from Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
Art by Yolanda Sanchez.
Batik is the art of wax resist dying, and this pink and green pillow was made from batik fabric from Kumasi, Ghana.
This 1937 vintage AS Magazine featuring legendary jazz singer Cab Calloway was found in the Sunday Flea Market in Krakow, Poland.
Woven by the lovely Valeria, this basket was purchased in Oaxaca, Mexico.
And if there’s a country that should win the pink award, it’s Mexico. Si?