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In honor of Cinco de Mayo, this week’s More Art Monday celebrates two millennia of art made in Mexico.

 “Goddess Figure (Chalchiuhtlicue),” c. 250–650, Mexico

Saint Francis Xavier,” 18th century, Mexico

Serape,” c. 1920, Mexico

Red Volcano,”  c. 1921–23, by Dr. Atl (Gerardo Murillo)

Mexican Pueblo,” 1929, by José Clemente Orozco  (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York/SOMAAP, Mexico City)

Liberation of the Peon,” 1931,  by José Diego María Rivera (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York)

Sugar Cane,” 1931, by José Diego María Rivera (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York)

Dawn,” 1939, by José Chávez Morado (© Artists Rights Society [ARS], New York/SOMAAP, Mexico City)

 “Angelito mexicano (Mexican Cherub),” 1984, by Graciela Iturbide (© Graciela Iturbide)

 “Black Kites,”  1997, by Gabriel Orozco (© Gabriel Orozco)

etsy find of the day 3 | 2.26.14

mexican serape + lace infinity scarf by threebirdnest

and now, a scarf for the adults :) oh MAN, do i ever want this infinity scarf! threebirdnest’s listing notes that you may not get the exact pattern shown, but you can choose from a color scheme you really like. i happen to be a huge fan of this featured color combo.

Ralph Lauren Vintage Collection: Serape-Print Blazer

This lightweight women’s jacket was inspired by a vibrant Mexican serape and features a tapered waist and comfortable, unstructured design. Circa 1990.

Become a part of Ralph Lauren’s history and share your favorite RL Vintage moments with us by using the tag #RLVintage on your Tumblr posts.

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Ralph Lauren Vintage Collection: Serape Wrap Skirt

Introducing a selection of vintage pieces that were inspired by Ralph Lauren’s love of the West.

This skirt was inspired by a serape with a relatively simple pattern and muted earth tones. Circa 1990.

Become a part of Ralph Lauren’s history and share your favorite RL Vintage moments with us by using the tag #RLVintage on your Tumblr posts.

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