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morrocan man | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

morrocan man | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

With a playfully bumpy texture that is complemented by their similarly bright, cheery colors, these pocket products are made of viscose and wool. The wool is locally sourced in Guatemala– specifically from Momostenango, the last village in Guatemala still working with wool. Sheared from local sheep, the wool is then handspun by people in the village.  Read more: Zumos: Innovative Textiles from Guatemala | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

With a playfully bumpy texture that is complemented by their similarly bright, cheery colors, these pocket products are made of viscose and wool. The wool is locally sourced in Guatemala– specifically from Momostenango, the last village in Guatemala still working with wool. Sheared from local sheep, the wool is then handspun by people in the village. Read more: Zumos: Innovative Textiles from Guatemala | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Guatemala City, Guatemala: A transgender attendee at a gay pride parade   Photograph: Rodrigo Abd/AP

Guatemala City, Guatemala: A transgender attendee at a gay pride parade Photograph: Rodrigo Abd/AP

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