A huge line of jewelries from different Brazilian Artisans.
Abusing of colors and shapes, the designer can express the versatility of her work.
Until 30 years ago, Eduardo Eleuterio sold works made by others. He then learned to make his own “magic wooden boxes” which are now available throughout the world. When the American President Barack Obama visited Brazil, the Brazilian government chose Eleuterio brilliant pieces of work to present Obama with.
Born in Belo Horizonte, the capital of Minas Gerais, Reis admires and appreciates all the regional crafts. In 2005, when he came from Mato Grosso do Sul (where he lived), he fell in love with the city Campanha and with the beautiful rugs made by the local people. He then decided to live there with his companion and soon started producing their own carpets which was a total success.
Bezerra enjoyed crafts since she was young, always trying to modify her own pieces of jewelry and reinvent them. She attended college of architecture and urbanism, awakening a greater interest in arts and crafts. After her graduation, Bezerra created a collection of jewelry and soon she was selling to some acquaintances. When she realized, she was making through the international market with her own style.
Gente de Fibra develops decorative and utilitarian pieces with modern design and sustainable use of materials. The fiber is extracted from the trunk of the banana tree, cardboard boxes are recycled and made into Kraft paper. Red earth and ocher are used to color the pieces. The dedicated work of the artisans transforms raw materials into works of art, full of attributes, promoting sustainable development and social inclusion.
The combination of material and fertile imagination, two sisters naturally and spontaneously created a line of accessories. With time, they have improved their techniques and created a unique style of jewelry.
Inspired by the work of his parents, Junior Mapa made a chess game at the age of 11. Today, he has perfected his art and currently produces games, pots, pans, clocks, trays and many other pieces that maintain his longstanding family tradition.
The production of clay pots began in his backyard in a small amount. Within time, the entire infrastructure was acquired through family work and the marketing of the pots. Today they can be found in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and many other states.
Luciano Almeida along with his wife were both unemployed for a while until they started working with handcraft by using banana fiber. With a short period of time, they were able to develop the technique of making products using coffee straw.
The production of carpets has been in Sacramento's family lives for more than 30 years. Being passionate with all the art, he decided to join the family business 10 years ago which still a success.
Maria Antonieta learned from her youth the art of tapestry. She soon honed her skills and now in addition to producing, she coordinates a group of people that she teaches and passes her talent.
Maria Rita has a unique style in her line of handbags, wallets and accessories. They all mix the joy of colors with jute, a resistant fiber and 100% natural material. Resulting in a casual and original style of great quality.
A pioneer and with a great tradition of working with the metal and soapstone, their products are diverse, but the company is proud of its line of cooking appliances. Among them, pans, grills and pizza trays, all natural products made responsibly.
The production of porcelain is made by hand along with a hand made painting and burned in a wood oven, which gives the final product a unique appearance and high quality standard.
Rosana always worked with crafts by mainly sewing and embroidery. She always produced and taught others in her town. In order to professionalize herself and other artisans, she created the Association of Artisans of Dom Silverio. The association aims to organize all artisans while reducing their costs and launch their arts to the market.
Following the tradition of his family, Telis Maciel now employs more than 15 artisans for the design and creation of his table settings.
Neves formerly worked as a typist and when she was introduced to Mãos de Minas, she became highly interested in craft and learning the art of weaving. Tânia Machado introduced her through the market by ordering some of her own handmade rugs. Soon, she began receiving many orders and participating in many different fairs and events gaining a wider view of her own work.