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Pop art Pillow - KAPOW 16 x 16
Pop art Pillow - KAPOW 16 x 16
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Pop art Pillow - KAPOW 16 x 16

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Our pop art pillows are a fantastic addition living room and bedroom spaces, where they are often the first thing people notice as they walk in the room.

These playful accent pillows are entirely made of cotton and were woven and hand-embroidered for us by women coming from far-off rural communities in Guatemala. But there's more to their story. 

The base fabric of the pillow is recycled from cotton canvas using scraps generated by the huge jeans production industry prevalent in Guatemala. Our friends from The New Denim Project grind the denim scraps back into fiber, spin it, and reweave the threads into fabrics, without using any water in the process. The final product is an outstanding pop art pillow, which does not only make for an outstanding pop art gift your customers can buy for themselves or for a friend, but it's also 100% sustainable and conscious of the environment.

Item description: 

  • Pop art pillow suitable for living room and bedroom spaces, which can be used as a decoration asset and statement piece.
  • Material: 100% cotton pillow cover, hidden zipper inner not included.
  • Dimensions in inches: 16'' x 16''
  • Care: Spot clean, handwash, mild soap, air dry. 

La Casa Guatemala collaborates with a network of inspiring creative individuals based in Guatemala to source out an array of aesthetically compelling crafts products, apparel, jewelry, and home assets. 

Our offer is authentic and available for affordable prices. We take pride in working with local Guatemalan artisans, as we work to support their financial well-being and independence, and strengthen local economies across the country.

We are currently working with hundreds of artisans from Guatemala, including embroiderers, sewers, tailors, glass beaders, carpenters and jade cutters. Find out more about our work and how we support job growth here.