Invite Mexico into your home.
BEAUTY. VIBRANCY. HUMANITY.
The newly released San Miguel Collection 2 is the beginning of many more Mexican cities that will be represented through images. After visiting San Miguel de Allende in 2017 for a workshop, Karina went back to capture more of the city that inspired her to start this endeavor.
In the future Karina will be planning to travel to different Mexican cities to try to capture more of the Mexican culture while educating others of Mexico's history and how that has inspired so many of the foods, decor, and customs they've grown to adapt and love.
She will be launching a new collection of products at the end of the 2018 summer, so stay in the loop by signing up for weekly e-mails. Until then, enjoy the new collection of pictures from San Miguel de Allende.
With what is happening on the Texas border, I can't turn a blind eye. It makes me sick to my stomach to know that children are being ripped from their parent's arms and detained in cages.
I've donated to RAICES (Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and legal Services). RAICES is on the ground in Texas, working to raise funds to provide legal services for detained parents and to help pay their immigration bond, and reunite families faster.
For each purchase made from either San Miguel Collection I'm donating 15% of sales. I've also launched a downloadable collection with phone wallpapers and prints, you can download to your computer. 100% of all downloadable sales will be donated to RAICES. I will match the purchase sales up to $500. Let's #keepfamiliestogether
Studio DIY put together a great article on what exactly is happening at the border and how you can help.
The ACLU put together a petition for Homeland Security to end the separation of children from their families. So even if you can't donate or purchase, think about signing.
San Miguel Collection 1
The San Miguel 1 collection is inspired by Karina's first trip there. After feeling burned out in her line of work and frustrated with the political climate, she went to San Miguel de Allende to take a workshop in hopes of falling in love with photography again. Her time in the city pulled on her heart, creating a desire to get back to her roots and show others the beauty of Mexican culture they don't often see.
This collection was curated to bring you images that show the little details that make Mexico beautiful and unique.
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