Mexico: The Land of Charm Book

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This clothbound compendium by Mercurio Lopez is a magic portal to the past, bringing forth 350 pieces of modern Mexican ephemera. From postage stamps to tourist guides, it's a kaleidoscopic journey spanning the 1910s to the 1960s.

Collected from private collections and museums, "Mexico: The Land of Charm" is a glorious mishmash of posters, songbooks, almanacs, calendars – it's a hodgepodge of history that gives you a front-row seat to the evolution of Mexican culture.

Get ready for a visual feast that ranges from the tiniest stamps to the grandest posters, with a lineup of artists like José Espert Arcos, Diego Rivera, and a bunch of other cool gatos who left their mark on Mexican culture.

With 240 pages of culture for your atrophied brain, this hardcover beauty measures 6.69 x 9.45 inches – perfect for a cozy afternoon of flipping through pages and getting lost in the vibrant tapestry of Mexican charm. Consider it a gift to your coffee table or the perfect companion for when you're feeling a bit nostalgic for a time you've never actually experienced.

Artists and designers include: José Espert Arcos, Ernesto García Cabral, Jean Charlot, Francisco Díaz de León, Carlos Neve, Mariano Martínez, Carlos Mérida, Diego Rivera, Saturino Herrán, Emily Edwards and Zita Canessi.

240 pages

6.69 x 9.45 inches