Pescador Wall Art


Bring generations of ancestral creativity to your walls with this naturally dyed, handwoven textile. Alternatively, drape it over tables/cabinets or simply use it as a mat.

The natural dyeing process means each piece is truly unique as colours cannot be fully replicated as changing weather conditions affects colour tone. 

The horizontal connecting lines form a chain, representing fishing nets and shows it's importance to the local economy.

This piece was handwoven by a cooperative of women weavers in a remote village in the North of Colombia. 

Product Details & Care

Width = 63 cm
Length = 133 cm

Attachments to hang on wall not included
Keep out of direct sunlight

Product Story

These unique products were originally mats made by the Chimila, an indigenous group that used the estera palm, a palm native to the Caribbean coast of Colombia, and natural dyeing techniques to create beautiful mats by loom weaving.

These ancient practices were passed down from mother to daughter and have evolved with each generation’s creativity. They still use the palm as well as a variety of plant-based materials to colour the products, including seeds, leaves and tree bark, creating a gorgeous earthy feel.

Each piece takes six days to make in the region of El Cesar, Colombia.

Meet the Artisans

Come on a journey to understand the heritage of our products, which roots back to pre-colonial times. Creative traditions passed down from generation to generation.Understand how your purchase empowers the artisans in these rural communities where life if hard, and how it encourages their creativity to thrive.