Chevron pattern inspired by local Navajo weaving patterns. Adapted from Germantown "Eyedazzler" blankets and the hourglass motif - an archetypal symbol of Navajo cosmology interpreted with an UFO pop lens.
- Materials: Leather & stainless steel findings
- Measurements: 1" wide x 3" long
Oropopo is a husband and wife duo. In their Albuquerque studio they combine new techniques with traditional materials to create objects inspired by Native American, classic Western, and New Mexican culture that breathe new life into American history.
Karole's professional background is in architecture and structural engineering. The Oropopo name is from her birthplace on the coast of Venezuela. Grady is a native of New Mexico, a writer, and literary editor; he has specialized in desert literature and its aesthetics. Together, they refine a narrative that associates site and culture with contemporary technology.