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Half and Half Tablecloth

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Elaborated by Felipe and José in Oaxaca Mexico, who learned how to weave fabrics since they were kids using foot pedal looms. Colors extracted from houses facades from Oaxaca, where people paint them with two different colors in a nice way.

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Elaborated by Felipe and José in Oaxaca Mexico, who learned how to weave fabrics since they were kids using foot pedal looms. Colors extracted from houses facades from Oaxaca, where people paint them with two different colors in a nice way.

Full dimensions (cm)

250 x 170

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Full dimensions (cm)

250 x 170

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DIARIOSHOP
  Diario, Spanish word for diary and everyday, is a brand that searches, recollects and redesigns unique and everyday objects from Mexico. Diario is a social, cultural, curatorial and design project of Mexican objects. We are traveling around Mexico looking and understanding the stories behind those objects and rediscovering places, people, materials, techniques, textures and colors. The objects of Diario respect traditions but they are also simplified from their original versions, leaving and exalting the characteristics that make them Mexicans but in a more contemporary way.
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Ana Elena Mallet
Ana Elena Mallet is the Adorno curator of design destination Mexico City. Half and Half Tablecloth by DIARIOSHOP is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Mexico City. As a local and recognized design expert Ana Elena Mallet's curation is a quality assurance that buying from DIARIOSHOP is a safe investment in the most important design from Mexico City right now.
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Pilar Obeso
Pilar Obeso is the Adorno curator of design destination Mexico City. Half and Half Tablecloth by DIARIOSHOP is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Mexico City. As a local and recognized design expert Pilar Obeso's curation is a quality assurance that buying from DIARIOSHOP is a safe investment in the most important design from Mexico City right now.

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