Here is a selection of AZTEC inspired items from ETSY.
Tribal, tribal everywhere! Tribal prints have been on trend for while now and they don’t seem to be going anywhere. I’m pretty happy about that since it it one of my favorite trends! As a designer I am heavily influenced by the worlds different cultures and their unique uses for pattern & motif’s. Expect to see a lot of tribal and ethnic influences in the coming weeks. I even have a lot of great pictures to share form my husbands recent trip to Peru! So stay tuned and check back for more inspiration!
Artist Jennifer Musi designs and makes every MUSIBATTY designer handmade jewelry piece in her Condesa studio in Mexico City. Her jewelry showcases amazing lines and textures, with ethnic and nature influences.
“Each design begins with a drawing; simple lines that are then translated into a soldered model using hand fabrication techniques. The resulting three-dimensional piece is replicated in sterling silver or bronze using the lost wax casting process and meticulously polished to achieve the perfect sheen”
Thank you for visiting my blog! I will be on vacation until April 16. Please enjoy the past posts. Don’t forget you can find me on Society6 and you can follow me on Pinterest . I will be pinning while away. Follow my pattern report post’s on Patternpeople. Upcoming post will include more artist stories & pattern stories.
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Shadowplaynyc was started by two New York artists Xime & Ali. They take us to a galaxy far far away with their beautiful garments. Each outer-space garment is one-of-a-kind and handmade using real Hubble telescope images. Available in their Etsy shop Shadowplaynyc are beautiful sewn skirts, dresses, scarves, and some children items. You can also check out their blog HERE.