In the Pre-Hispanic times when civilizations occupied what is now the American Continent; stood near obsidian, since this stone was of great value. The volcanic glass is worked with masters by the artisans from Tequila, Jalisco, to replicate what was their ancestors used to do for obtaining thin blades as the ones that create this collection. Involving the work with the Master Artisan and the thermal properties of this mineral we are able to have this collection of four knives for spreading. 



Design Mariana Solís, Sachie Sakai and Alejandro Morales 


Obsidian (volcanic glass) and machiche wood  


Obsidian work Master Artisan Carlos Aguirre  




Tequila, Jalisco, México 


Studio errante mx - despacho nocturno de diseño - "We seek through materials and techniques to design with meaning, leaving a part of ourselves and our own experiences, which are part of who we are and who we will become. 


Filo en Negro debuted with the collective La Tlapalería as part of the collection Mexicolors, which was exhibited in Designers Block during Design Week London in September 2013. 


As part of errante mx - despacho nocturno de diseño - was exhibited at the Abierto Mexicano de Diseño in Octiber 2016




Filo en Negro is being produced and available, feel free to send an email for more info. 



































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