Las Nenas by Christian Vivanco
by Ted Savage / October 10, 2011
From @chris_vivanco, three classic Eames chairs, accessorized from a Mexican cultural perspective. The Dancers reflects the Guelaguetza, an annual celebration of indigenous dance held in Oaxaca. The Mule is "still used extensively by our miners and farmers to transport their belongings in rugged roadless regions."


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The world-famous Piñata, present in many traditional Mexican festivities, speaks for itself. The iconic molded plastic Eames models serviced the Mexican government bureaucracy during the 1950s. Las Nenas was created, in collaboration with Cholochair, for Casa Gutiérrez Nájera, a series of design events in Queretaro, Mexico, August-November, 2011.

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