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Fantastic Mexican Huichol Art Car

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If you like native Mexican handcrafts, you probably know of the beautiful pieces made with beads or yarn pressed into beeswax and pine resin made by the Huichol people of western central Mexico. The intricacy and beauty of these pieces is stunning, truly. But a car? A beaded car? How amazing and fantastic!

You owe it to yourself to look at the photos and read about the Huichol Volkswagen Bug here at El Vochol: Making Mexican Folk Art Pop.

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