Dipped rope knot bracelets x Tanya Aguiñiga, jewelry/furniture designer from Tijuana, Mexico.
As a member of Border Art Workshop BAW/TAF, a bi-national artist collaborative, Tanya’s main objective is to use art as a vehicle for community empowerment. Through BAW/TAF she helped to build and run a community center in an impoverished area of Tijuana built on trash from the US. During her time there, she focused on bringing national and international attention to the community’s plight through arts only based programs.
Bracelets in-store now.

Jun 13 -

Dipped rope knot bracelets x Tanya Aguiñiga, jewelry/furniture designer from Tijuana, Mexico.

As a member of Border Art Workshop BAW/TAF, a bi-national artist collaborative, Tanya’s main objective is to use art as a vehicle for community empowerment. Through BAW/TAF she helped to build and run a community center in an impoverished area of Tijuana built on trash from the US. During her time there, she focused on bringing national and international attention to the community’s plight through arts only based programs.

Bracelets in-store now.

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