Publishing and design company specialized in the creation of art, gastronomy and history books. * Book «Identidad zapoteca. La cocina de Abigail Mendoza Ruíz y sus hermanas.» @ambareditores
A membership organization run by makers for makers giving an authentic, collective and professional voice for the sector. * Soledad Ruíz Mendoza, weaver and dyer from Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca, Mexico. @appliedartsscotland.
American fashion designer based in Brooklyn, New York, born and raised in Mexico City. Her brand focuses on the expansion of consciousness and the importance of sustainability. * Silk weavers and spinners from San Pedro Cajonos, Oaxaca, Mexico. @paolahernandez.
Scandinavian inspired house in San Agustin Etla, a small town in the mountains near Oaxaca City, Mexico. @thewoodenbox.mx.
In the small town of Santiago Matatlán in Oaxaca in south-western Mexico, Los Danzantes mezcal distillery is run by a group of restaurant owners. Established in 1997, the distillery is housed in a traditional mud brick building and mill stones are still used for crushing the cooked agaves. @mezcallosdanzantes.
Adventure Tour Company in Oaxaca, Mexico. Small groups, expert guides, unforgettable experiences. Street Art Bike Ride Tour. @coyoteaventuras.
For more than 30 years Pro Mujer have supported women in Latin America to reach their full potential. Pro Mujer provides low-cost financial and digital inclusion, training, and health and wellness services. Ciudad Ixtepec, Oaxaca. @promujer.
Since 1898, a family business of artisanal mezcal in Santa Catarina Minas, Oaxaca. Only the authentic endures. @realminerooficial.
Zapotec women cooperative preserving their tradition and culture. Woolen products hand woven on pedal loom. Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca. @mujeresquetejen
«I enjoyed working with you because you responded quickly and grasped the concept we were looking for. We were able to use the videos and photographs with no problems.» -Colleen Darling, Organizer of a Day of the Dead Virtual Tour. November 2020.
First travel agency for women in México. Authentic, responsible and transformative experiences designed by travelers. @oncelifejourneys
«Ana Paula´s photographs radiate with light and color. Her passion for giving recognition to the traditions, artisans and culture of Mexico shines in her eyes and in her photographs.» -Bianca Bodero, Founder of Once Journeys for Women.