Art by: boutique studio




/        Twice a year we commission artists to create artworks based on a theme that represents the values of our brand. Our inaugural theme (Artist Series Commission #1) to launch the series is: The promotion, preservation and celebration of Mexican traditions of art and culture in pursuit of a BETTER WORLD.    

2022Ananas AnanasAnanas Ananas is an artist duo working with food as a medium. Verónica González and Elena Petrossian focus their work on creating edible installations and dining experiences that encourage their audience to interact with food in a multi-sensory and experimental way. Their artwork is intentionally temporary, meant to be enjoyed mindfully and to facilitate intimately present moments.  LEARN MORE  @ananas____ananas

2022Luvia LazoLuvia Lazo is a Zapotec photographer and art lover from Teotitlan del Valle, Oaxaca. Photography is her way of portraying the worlds to which she belongs. Her work aims to capture reality from the perspective of the contemporary Zapotec woman, creating a constellation of images through time and spaces in Oaxaca, documenting the generational gaps and the transformation of identities across ages. She is a recipient of the Jóvenes Creadores grant of the FONCA 2020 (National Fund for the Culture of the Arts, Mexico) and the inaugural recipient of the Indigenous photo grant 2021.  LEARN MORE

2022CuriotIn 2008 the creative project Curiot Tlapazotl was born in the city of Morelia Michoacán. The project explores intuitive expression through various media. The artist graduated from the Visual Arts career of the Universidad Michoacana of San Nicolás de Hidalgo, Morelia, and he has exhibited his work individually in Germany, the United States, Mexico, and collectively in France, England, Taiwan, India, and Australia among others. Recognition for his work has allowed him to paint large-format murals in various cities around the world in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Mexico, and the United States.  LEARN MORE  @curiotli

2022MA Studio"We are a studio that was born out of love for our artisanal heritage. We are dedicated to the preservation of traditions, the promotion of artisanal processes, Mexican trades and collaborative projects. We employ socially responsible practices, environmental care schemes and fair trade methods. Our aim is to provide job opportunities, promote creative education, and boost inclusion and community work. We seek to honor the roots, tools and knowledge we have inherited from our Mexican ancestors and explore them through contemporary art and design practices. Our inspiration comes from our history, our people, our pueblos, and the indigenous worldviews of our magical Mexico."  LEARN MORE  @____m.a____

2022Sergio Sánchez SantamaríaSergio Sánchez was born in Tlayacapan, Morelos, Mexico, in 1976. He is a visual artist, who graduated with a Bachelor of Plastic Arts from the National School of Painting and Engraving "La Esmeralda". He mainly devoted his activity to the field of engraving and is one of the most recognized masters in the world. He has an exquisite ex libris technique, is a teacher, and is the author of numerous works, with recognition in different countries around the world, such as México, Belgium, and Sweden.   LEARN MORE  @grabador1976

2022José OlivarezJosé Olivarez is the son of Mexican immigrants. His debut book of poems, Citizen Illegal, was a finalist for the PEN/ Jean Stein Award and a winner of the 2018 Chicago Review of Books Poetry Prize. It was named a top book of 2018 by The Adroit Journal, NPR, and the New York Public Library. Along with Felicia Chavez and Willie Perdomo, he co-edited the poetry anthology, The BreakBeat Poets Vol. 4: LatiNEXT. His next book of poems, Promises Of Gold, will be published in 2023 by Henry Holt & Company.    LEARN MORE  @_joseolivarez