Since 2014 we have been working side by side with local communities in Southern Chile to achieve perfect handmade pieces. We have been inspired by the amazing people and breathtaking landscapes from this mysterious and hidden region of the world. Our goal? Promote and protect this unique culture heritage and its legacy for the next generations.
The first people who inhabited the Chilean Patagonia were moving from one place to another, looking for food and a better habitat. Some walked. Others sailed in canoes, supported by a great tool: The Oar.
We believe that graphic messages, beyond words, have great value because they can remain in the collective memory of people for much longer, regardless of their context or even to whom they are addressed.
The body paintings of the Selknam (exterminated people) had different uses; as camouflage, to highlight physical features or distinguish the shamans from the sorcerers and mainly in their rites, trying to deceive the spirits so that they would not discover that behind the paintings there were human beings.
The flags and symbols of the Mapuche people represented or identified people and territories and were used mainly in times of war, during the early days of colonization, as banners of struggle.
Nautical flags are a very simple and short distance international communication system used in maritime navigation. They allow to deliver messages between ships and on land. It contains the letters of the alphabet and numbers from 0 to 9.
Patagonia has the power to transmit different emotions due to the grandeur of its landscapes and its powerful color palette; where greens and blues that change their hue from morning to night stand out, every day and with every station.