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China Poblana -- Collection of the Museo de Arte Popular in Mexico City.

China Poblana -- Collection of the Museo de Arte Popular in Mexico City. These are the traditionally accepted costumes or dresses of the various regions of Mexico from generations past up to currently - for more of Mexico visit

Nina Purepecha -  Mexico - A Little Child of The Purépecha (endonym P'urhépecha [pʰuˈɽepet͡ʃa]   an indigenous people centered in the northwestern region of the Mexican state of Michoacán, principally in the area of the cities of Cherán and Pátzcuaro.

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Niña Purépecha - México - A Little Child of The Purépecha (endonym P'urhépecha [pʰuˈɽepet͡ʃa] an indigenous people centered in the northwestern region of the Mexican state of Michoacán, principally in the area of the cities of Cherán and Pátzcuaro.

La récolte du Nopal, délicieux cactus mexicain. @mexartfr sur Fb, Etsy et Pinterest. #mexartfr #artisanat #artisanatmexicain

All things Mexico.

.frida kahlo inspired tradional mexican floral style

Huipil from Oaxaca

Esta pintura mostra una artesanía. La artesanía es una olla. La olla es hecho a mano. Un artista le pinta intenciones.

Esta pintura mostra una artesanía. La artesanía es una olla. La olla es hecho a mano. Un artista le pinta intenciones.

La cucaracha,la cucaracha,,ya no puede caminar!!...Mexico

Mariachi Band from Santa Teresa High School in Anthony, NM.

Making the "nixtamal" (crushing the corn to make tortillas). Is there something more traditional?

Clayudas: Making Oaxaca's Super-Sized Tortillas-Abagail Mendoza.

To create froth atop their chocolate drink, the Spaniards invented wooden stirring sticks called molinillos. Chocolate drinkers rolled a molinillo quickly between their hands to whip a pot of chocolate into a bubbly froth. These utensils are still used today in Latin America and Spain.

Events & Exhibits

Molinillos (Mexican Turned Wood Whisks) for Frothing Hot Chocolate, Atole or Champurrado displayed in a terracotta container.

Mexican Houses by mmoralex, via Flickr

I love Mexican styling for inspiration

Mexican Heritage

Jesús Enrique Emilio de la Helguera Espinoza was born to Spanish economist…

Love traditional Mexican art. So weird yet so colorful.

DECOR: Mexican Folk Art - this would even be a fun project "create your own mexican folk art"

Men's room in Mexico.

Men's room in Mexico.

China Poblana Mexico by Teyacapan, via Flickr

China Poblana Mexico by Teyacapan.

Michoacán woman wearing a traditional dress from her town. Mujer purépecha en Michoacán

Michoacán woman wearing a traditional dress from her town. Mujer purépecha en Michoacán

China Poblana Dress, 2000, Manufactured by Sra. Amelia Rosa Capistrán Peredo. Courtesy of Alejandra Fernández Capistrán. Photo © 33PHOTO and Arte en la Charrería. by International Arts & Artists, via Flickr:

China Poblana Dress, Manufactured by Sra. Courtesy of Alejandra Fernández Capistrán.

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