Products With Double Meaning Explore Mexican Art of the Double Entendre

Products With Double Meaning Explore Mexican Art of the Double Entendre

Young Mexican industrial designers explore linguistic tradition of alburear through design objects

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 29 may 2015

One of the most attention-drawing exhibits at Wanted Design 2015 in NYC was work from Mexican design collective La Tiapaleria. The group is made up of industrial design students and recent graduates of the Tecnologico de Monterrey Campus Guadalajara. Each year they undertake a project to create objects inspired by Mexican culture and traditions using materials and fabrication techniques native to the area.

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