At Pampa, we feel the need to rediscover threatened cultures and revive lost traditions. We support skilled artisans in remote Argentina and beyond to produce homewares and accessories that are woven works of art. Pampa traces a map that connects talented weavers with the global community. All Pampa products are 100% handmade embracing fairly traded practices through our artisan partnerships.
Our ceramics are sourced from skilled artisans all over the world. Those who craft them use natural materials such as mud and clay, often gathering them from their local surroundings and imprinting these wares with markings of cultural significance.
From incense holders to traditional clay vessels, our collection of ceramics celebrates the rituals of everyday life.
RITUALS & CEREMONIES
Ceremonial ritual practices are at the heart of Pampa. We have partnered up with Incausa, a social business experiment that uses the profits from its productions to enable purposeful commerce of indigenous artisanship and heritage.
Tracing Maps presents a series of original Fine Art Prints captured in various locations around the globe by photographers and Pampa co-founders, Victoria Aguirre and Carl Wilson.
With a focus on remarkable scenes, intimate moments and vivid landscapes, Tracing Maps aims to communicate a sense of place. Visual storytelling and documentary style photography is used to inspire the global community to connect with our environment—and to unite different parts of the world through a shared visual language.