Ana Paula Isaac started Encrudo no more than 7 years ago as a way to create timeless spaces that allude to slowness, intention and bare materials. She uses clay as her main material and works with Mexican hands to develop pieces that fulfill both decorative and utilitarian functions.
I took Ana Paula’s creative portraits for the many publications she is featured in every year. Today’s she is credited for redesigning handmade home accessories. Her small business is an example of interior design that can be sourced from ethically made natural materials.
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