Ancient Peruvian netting at the Fundacion Museo Amano in Lima
(photo by Musuk Nolte for HAND/EYE)
The latest issue of HAND/EYE Magazine is dedicated to both the ancient and contemporary arts and crafts of Peru. It is an exquisite visual tribute to the timeless handwork traditions that weave their way through the rural mountain villages and urban side streets of Peru's colorful landscape.
Heritage cotton, still grown in Peru since pre-Inca times, has color in the actual fiber – a gorgeous environmental resource that’s on the rise. Photo courtesy of Tallerqata, a Peruvian design company working in naturally colored cotton.
Subscribe to HAND/EYE Magazine’s 08/Peru issue to experience all of this goodness first hand. You can now follow HAND/EYE on Tumblr and Facebook as well.