Category Archives: Lil’ Piñata Announcements

Radio Bandido Documentry Film Fundraiser

I’m excited to support this great cause! Click on the link to donate and be one of the 50 people to get a handmade Bandido Lil’ Pinata! Read the rest of this entry

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Limited Edition Series

Throughout the year I design short runs of my Lil’ Piñatas, designs that include my Estrellas and LUCHADORES. Depending on the design, the price varies. I announce the release of each series to my Facebook audience, then to the general pubic.

I like to make a special Christmas Lil’ Piñata. My family’s Christmas tree was decorated with over 10 Estrella Lil’ Piñatas. I love making them and designing new models. I’m currently experimenting with LED lights and designing a Lil’ Piñata making workshop/demonstration.

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Pop Up Shop at SOMArts

I’m really excited about being one of the featured artist at SOMArts’ Pop Up Shop this April.

FREE Lil’ Piñatas!*

*I plan to give away several batches of Lil’ Piñatas to good causes this year. I’m taking requests and ask that you follow the directions listed below. Read the rest of this entry

Lil’ Piñatas in the Mission

I’m selling my Lil’ Pinatas at the Encantada Gallery of Fine Arts in the Mission District of San Francisco, CA. Visit the store at 904 Valencia Street @ 20th Street. Read the rest of this entry

LUCHADOR Lil’ Piñatas FLINC Photo Shoot

The other day my friend Scott came by to photograph my LUCHADORS for his website FLINC. He brought over a DIY light box, nice! All the pictures you see were taken by Scott, and he did a great job. Read the rest of this entry

Lil’ Piñatas now available in Oakland, CA

I’m excited to announce that you can now buy my Lil’ Piñatas at Corazón del Pueblo in Oakland, CA!

Corazón del Pueblo, serving Oakland and the Bay Area for over 10 years. We are the premiere retailer of Chicano, Mexican and Latin American folk art celebrating major cultural holidays and celebrations. Our motto is that we celebrate “Artesania” and the hands that make it. We are confident you will find what you are looking for here at Corazón del Pueblo, if not on-line then pay us a visit! (Text taken from their website.)

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