La Muerte Tiene Permiso – Short Mornings – Espresso Cup – Oaxacan Clay
La Muerte Tiene Permiso is a distribution platform in Europe for Mexican contemporary design that is both decorative and useful. And as well as design, we also want to promote the artisans who stand behind every price.
Each piece in our collection has been chosen for the originality, sensitivity and transcendence of its design and of course for the quality of production. This is a guarantee, the result of the love that every artisan takes to each piece. Each object has its own unique language and personality, which express the values of a new generation of Mexican designers, artisans and artists.
We are a platform that unites a team of mexican designers who offer well-designed products of high production quality. The designers commit to make sure working conditions are fair and materials are used in a respectful way taking into account their context and history.
When death has permission
In prehispanic cultures – just as in various other civilizations all around the world – the dead were buried surrounded by the objects they most treasured in life, so those objects could help them on their way to “the other side”.
“When I die, I don’t want to go to heaven, I want to go home.” (Victor Carrasco, writer and collector of beautiful objects and anecdotes)
Objects represent history, anecdotes and personal experiences. They give form and spirit to our homes, that with time becomes our personal paradise, where we want to live and die. Death cannot be detained but by filling our lives with history and meaning, we can accept it and give death permission to come and take us with all our beautiful memories.
The use of the asterisk refers to its main use in literature to indicate the call to a footnote, that is, to indicate that there is a reference beyond what is being read or seen, we use it to inform that the object has a story behind it, a concept, a design and an execution that give a unique personality to each of the pieces we select, as well as an easily memorable icon for people who do not speak Spanish.