top of page

This mask is dedicated to a type of embroidery called huichol, a textile craft practiced primarily by women in the region of Santiago Ixcuintla in Nayarit, Mexico. These artisans are called huicholes and they claim that they follow the voice of the gods when they embroider, creating patterns arnd represenations with deep spiritual meanings. The inspiration for this mask comes from the bag hanging on the man you see above. His name is Mariano Valadez Navarro and he is a promoter and designer of huichol textiles, working as a director for a team of women embroiderers. We look forward to show you more huichol artwork in the future.


ORIGIN: Ocotlan de Morelos, Oaxaca

SIZE: Large - or to order

TIME: 4 days

FABRIC: Two layers of 100% Poplin Cotton


IVA excluido
  • The cost of shipping is included in the price. Masks are shipped from Brooklyn, NY and should arrive within a week of purchase. A tracking number will be provided as soon as the piece is shipped.

bottom of page