Children of the Sun / Inca Trail
Pampa Books are a collection of our favourite volumes with a strong focus on social documentary, nature and anthropology. Discover the artists, landscapes and themes that inspire Pampa’s aesthetic and mission. Preserved within these pages you’ll find tales of heritage, folklore and tribal culture, as well as inspiration in landscapes, voyages and life outdoors.
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Inca Trail showcases the legendary trade route that winds through Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador. This collection of black and white images collected by the authors on several trips to the region sheds light on the network that once connected the vast Inca empire. The accompanying text tells the history of Inca civilisation and describes customs that still have great significance. Inca Trail focuses on everyday meeting places, such as the colourful markets where goods are exchanged, and the religious sites where offerings are made.
Photographers: Angela Copello & Ines Miguens
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Collectable craftsmanship and slow pace interiors from various pockets of the world. We recommend styling these books amongst your coffee tables, book shelves, and weaving in Pampa beautiful woven textiles to get the full look.
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