Archaeological Recycled Paper Mask 'Nazca'

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Direct descendant of the Paracas culture, the Nazca civilization developed in territory of the current Ica department. With a strong artistic vocation, Nazca people cultivated music and dance, and their main activities were related to trading, fishing, and agriculture. Like a tribute to the magnificent legacy of one of the primary Peruvian ancient civilizations, this beautiful mask will add a cultural accent to any home interior.

Using a combination of recycled paper, plaster, and rush fibers, Jaime Zapata Espinosa explores his profound Peruvian roots, finding the spell for giving life to such elements, transforming them into a vibrant celebration of a glorious past.
  • 60% plaster, 40% recycled paper, junco reed
  • Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
  • Intended as wall decor
  • Promotes recycling and reduces waste< /li>
  • 1.68 kgs
  • 34 cm H x 31 cm W x 6.5 cm D

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