Tienda del Barro
Little Shop of Clay
Nuestra tiendita reúne nuestros productos desde hace 5 años en el corazón de la ciudad de Oaxaca. Al mismo tiempo, funciona como la oficina central de las operaciones de nuestra cooperativa. Si tienes suerte, puedes ser atendidx por algún o alguna cooperativista ;)
Our little shop, in the heart of the city of Oaxaca, has been showcasing our products for the past 5 years. It also serves as the central office of our cooperative's operations. If you are lucky, you may be attended by one of the cooperative members. ;)Rufino Tamayo sin número, esquina con Xolotl, Oaxaca Centro, México.
Lunes a viernes de 9 am a 6pm / sábados 11 am a 7 pm
Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. / Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Av. Pdte. Masaryk 310, Polanco, Miguel Hidalgo, Ciudad de México.
- Carr. Transp. KM 27.5 S/N Palmilla, San José del Cabo, Baja California Sur.
It’s a concept store showcasing the best high-design in Latinamerica. It’s part of the new regional movements formed to enhance the Made In Mexico, and the Made in Latam. It seeks to position the best of what latinamerican design has to offer in strategic places in the country to gain international recognition. Luxury for LAGO is the original, the hand-made and what creates fair employment as well as respect and appreciation for the cultures of Latinamerica.
Av. Paseo de la Reforma s/n, Polanco, Bosque de Chapultepec I Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, Ciudad de México.
This museum hosts archeological and anthropological testimonies that have been shaped by multiple cultural groups in their centuries of history; at the same time, it offers an homage to the indigenous communities of Mexico in the present day through their heritage. Find 1050º pieces in their shop.
Av. Hidalgo 45, Centro Histórico de la Cdad. de México, Guerrero, Cuauhtémoc, Ciudad de México.
Franz Mayer Museum is committed to the conservation of this meaningful space. On its walls you’ll find some of the decorative and structural elements of its original construction that lovingly creates a dialog with the museum objects. This is how the museum building --catalogued as a world-historical monument-- turns the museum itself into part of the art collection.
Calle de Durango 202, Roma Nte., Cuauhtémoc, Ciudad de México.
Expendio Durango is the grocery store of Contramar, one of the best loved kitchens in the Roma neighborhood. Beyond competing with what one already buys in the market, or supermarket, it complements it; it’s an extra for the pantry.
Av. Explanada 730, Lomas - Virreyes, Lomas de Chapultepec IV Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, 11000 Ciudad de México, CDMX
Since its beginnings, Eno Virreyes reflects the vision of the Chef Enrique Olvera, which focuses on local ethically produced food. On top of that, it has turned into a gathering place for the local community.
-Av. Tulum S/N entre Escorpión Sur
y Libra Sur, Colonia Centro, Tulum,
-Av 60 entre Calle 37 y Calle 39,
Colonia Centro, Mérida, México.
Inspired by ancestral techniques passed on from generation to generation, World By Hand is committed to showing and promoting the work of family-run business, cooperatives, collectives and independent artisans from 16 different states in Mexico and more than 15 countries.
Km 7.3, Carr. Tulum-Boca Paila, 77760 Tulum, Q.R.
Centered on an open-air kitchen, Tulum Treehouse is a hybrid guesthouse that facilitates exchange between artisans, chefs, farmers, artists and designers toward the preservation and evolution of Mexican craft traditions.
Pila Seca 3, Zona Centro, Centro, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato.
As the name of the store implies, it’s a ´´MIX´´ of products made with soul, integrity and love from designers and artisans of Mexico and other wondrous lands. Textiles, Fashion, Jewellery, Home Products, Art and mix of more.
Av 2 Sur 708, Centro histórico de Puebla, Puebla.
Museo Amparo is a private institution founded in 1991 through Amparo Foundation, with the mission to preserve, research, exhibit and promote prehispanic, viceroy, modern and contemporary art from Mexico.
324 Sunset Ave, Venice, CA 90291, usa
Transforming our bakery's former
dry goods storage space into a space to sell our handmade ceramics, locally-produced linens, favorite homewares, homemade pantry items, cooking staples, vintage clothing, and finds from our travels, Gjusta Goods remains an evolving space to share our favorite things with our community.
Its main line of ceramics and linens were designed in-house and are manufactured with local artisans, initially created for daily use in their restaurants.
830 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM, 87501, USA.
Hecho a Mano primarily showcases
New Mexican and Mexican artists
working in the mediums of
printmaking, ceramics, and jewelry.
Our works exist at the intersection
of tradition and contemporary
2532 Converse St, Dallas, TX 75207, USA
The local source for all things Gus* Modern and Blu Dot. Also features the works of some really great local artists and makers.
11050 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232, USA.
MillCross Coffee Bar & Kitchen is a specialty coffee shop aiming to bring communities together for an exceptional coffee and food experience in the heart of Culver City. Our menu focuses on the finest, crafted coffee, delicious daily brunch items, and provisions.
3 W 23rd St, Baltimore, MD 21218, USA.
Larder offers brunch and supper menus featuring local produce, pastured meat, gluten free baked goods and traditionally fermented foods. We make our kitchen available to up-and coming food entrepreneurs for pop-ups Tuesdays, Wednesday s and Sundays 5pm-9pm.
261 E Pender St, Vancouver, BC V6A 1T8, Canada.
Obakki is a lifestyle brand based in Vancouver, Canada.
With every Obakki purchase, consumers are supporting meaningful income opportunities for artisans, their families, and their communities. Obakki provides a platform for these talented makers to share their craft with a global audience.
Working with over 30 artisans from 11 different countries, Obakki products include homewares, skincare, and apparel, all ethically produced with a focus on sustainability.
〒155-0032 Tokyo, Setagaya City, Daizawa, 4 Chome−29−14 葵ビル １F
MANGOSTEEN imports Mexican mezcal, sotol, tequila, Australian organic wine, Russian organic vodka, craft beer, naturals, sake, gin, rum, whiskey, and more. There is also a "bar" where you can compare more than 50 kinds of mezcal and enjoy cocktails made with original pickled liquor, and a "lounge" where you can relax on the sofa and shop for furniture and other goods. The "Lounge" is a new playground where you can relax on the sofa and shop for furniture and sundries.
Revolutions of Forms offers a carefully curated selection of homeware combining craftsmanship with contemporary aesthetic.
If you are looking for simple ways to enhance your home with beautiful pieces created ethically and responsibly, without compromising on style, we are here for you.