On the 2nd and 3rd of March, the alternative market Palo Market Fest took place in Barcelona, where an ethical craft industry is promoted, as well as a multicultural and quality gastronomy.
Under a beautiful sun, the people of Barcelona were able to discover unique pieces of sustainable Mexican art. SUSTAINABLE because it is part of a sustainable development.
All the pieces are acquired directly from the artisans and collectives, without intermediaries, favouring a short circuit that allows the economic and social emancipation of Mexican communities, thus respecting the three spheres of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental. Regarding the environmental aspect, Mexican communities have been connected with nature for centuries. By respecting and caring for nature, it provides them with the necessary resources to create their traditional pieces. In particular, the plants that allow the dyeing of wool and cotton, which are widely used in the elaboration of tunics, dresses, shawls, among others.