Wawamama


Is a social initiative dedicated to the production of decorative items for the little ones at home and driven by the desire to revalue handcraft work.

Led by the Interior Designer Alejandra Fiallo, Wawamama creates a unique and multifaceted approach to alleviate unsustained revenue for local artisan women.

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artSimiatug Llakta


Simiatug, pronounced shimi-AH-took and equivalent to “Mouth of the Wolf” in Kichwa, is a remote village tucked away in a valley in between the Andes (inside the Chimborazo Wildlife Reserve).

It covers around 91km2 of land, at altitudes that vary from 1,800 to 4,300 meters above the sea level.

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Wawamama

Wawamama

Dec 09, 2019Gabriela Martinez

Wawamama is a social initiative dedicated to the production of decorative items for the little ones at home and driven by the desire to revalue handcraft work. Led by the...

artSimiatug Llakta

artSimiatug Llakta

Dec 09, 2019Gabriela Martinez

Simiatug, pronounced shimi-AH-took and equivalent to “Mouth of the Wolf” in Kichwa, is a remote village tucked away in a valley in between the Andes (inside the Chimborazo Wildlife Reserve)....

Koraa

Koraa

Dec 09, 2019Gabriela Martinez

What happens where the salt water from the ocean and the sweet water from the river meet? Chocolatillo straw. Women living in the border between Ecuador and Colombia, carefully work...

Carolina Crespo

Carolina Crespo

Dec 09, 2019Gabriela Martinez

Carolina Crespo is an Ecuadorian fashion designer specialized in women's clothing and vegan accessories. Her accessory line combines the use of alternative materials with strong aesthetics bringing to life a...

Huarmi Maqui

Huarmi Maqui

Dec 09, 2019Gabriela Martinez

Up in the Andean Highlands you get immersed into the stories kept by the indigenous elders, narrating the sentimental relationship between mountains and volcanoes, and the perfect connection with human...

Armadillo

Armadillo

Dec 09, 2019Gabriela Martinez

Armadillo is a fair trade and ethical enterprise seeking to bring positive change to the Kichwa artisans who manufacture clothing and accessories in remote regions of Ecuador.

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