Category Archives: Muy Marcottage
Crafting is good for us. It can be broken down into three main stages: Visualization Process Actualization When you decide to make something, this something must first be visualized. And visualization begins in the imagination. Imagination stimulates our brain. It … Continue reading
My friend, Franca, recently shared an article by Goffredo Parise, Italian journalist (and companion of artist Giosetta Fioroni) entitled “Il rimedio è la povertà” (“The remedy is poverty”). The article attacks modern man’s addiction to consumerism. Parise made a distinction … Continue reading
Huipiles made on Paros: . .
Marina has always had a connection with Frida Kahlo even before the latter’s popularity. So I asked Marina to model some of my huipiles. We had a great morning but it will take a few days before I will be … Continue reading
While reading a book about the senses, I came across the term “cassoleto” in reference to a kind of pendant filled with camphor and aromatic herbs. In France of the past, such a pendant was given to young women of … Continue reading
Muy Marcottage huipil detail It’s sometimes difficult for me to stay focused. My studio is like a wonderland of provocations. There are so many projects that I would like to work on simultaneously. But I have committed myself to being … Continue reading