We started as a project of friends who have common interests and tastes. Our first designs were made with people from our community and we tried to get all the materials locally. We have many treasured photographs that we want to share and add to each one as we go along. We have seen that our products have the potential to be liked outside of our country, so we are strengthening the business in order to grow and look for other markets. The familiarity with the photography of what we do and the simple and original design come together to deliver functional and easily portable products.
Our cultural crafts highlight artistic photographs of everyday life in El Salvador, fused into textiles, to be transformed into functional or decorative items.
We don’t believe in wastefulness and contributing to more waste. That’s why we want something done well and with good materials so that it can last a long time.
We believe that the value of what we create reaches everyone who participated in the process. We want those who help create with their hands and their creativity to receive the results. That’s why we want to make a business where, in order to reach the right price, the value of that work is not sacrificed. We want to make the supply chain between those who do it and our final customer shorter and easier. By saving with creativity, finding economical and agile solutions to our costs after manufacturing.
We believe that what gives people the most dignity is their work, the certainty that it will be appreciated to put love and dedication to what they do.
We want our business to be reliable and to perform as a good part of our society. We believe that you can be competitive even if you comply with your tax obligations.