After just over 2 months my first Huarache exhibition at the MAP museum in Mexico City closed this week.
The Museo de Artes Populares is a very beautiful world class museum dedicated to Mexican Crafts. They are a true patron and I am so grateful for their interest and help.
To learn more about tha fascinating craft of woven Huarache footwear please visit my Huarache Blogs @ http://www.huaracheblog.wordpress.com and http://www.huaracheblog.tumblr.com
http://www.huaracheblog.tumblr.com with over 1000 photos of Fascinating Mexican Huarache Footwear.
At long last, I’m very pleased share my Huaraches exhibition at the stunning MAP museum in Mexico City from Feb.28th to May 6th.
This unique exhibition will feature the finest and rarest bespoke traditional Mexican woven footwear.
The most complex leather weaves made by the most talented and few remaining Huarache Artisans.
This exhibition is a dream come true and I would like to thank @map_mexico museum very much.
For more information about the fascinating Huarache footwear please visit my Huarache Blogs @
www.huaracheblog.tumblr.com and www.huaracheblog.wordpress.com
A Mix of ideas from the Web.
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Research Mycelium, its fascinating!
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Sometimes life feels like a game of pinball,
a silver ball flashing between pop bumpers and slingshot kickers.
Captive balls, outlanes, inlanes, ramps, orbits, targets, spinners and the rest.
The multiball, whizzing across the playfield and past the bright lights.