Kawiteros to bring Mexico's iconic Huichol art and shamanism to videogames. Despite the native Mexican Huichol culture still basking in its age-old traditions, its community seems to understand how to balance the necessary evils of modern society a whole lot better than the rest of us.
To preserve their heritage and community, decades ago, the Huichol people started selling modified variations of their religious art commercially. By combining commercial materials like colorful beads and yarn with their time-honored skills, the Huichol people create beautiful pieces of folk art that tourists eat up to this day. With this one adaptation, the Huichol people not only gained more economic sufficiency, but also ensured the continued relevance and importance of their culture as a symbol for native Mexican heritage. Aside from jewelry, masks, and yarn paintings, their folk art has even evolved to incorporate t-shirts, boxed note cards, framed art, and downloadable animation.
I guess you don't survive a millennia of adversity without gaining savvy.
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