"Our business mission is to empower artisans in disadvantaged areas of South America. We are passionate about creating opportunities for artisans to use their skills to improve their communities, standard of living and future outcomes."
We are an ethical business that focuses on selling and supporting handmade, durable, authentic and unique artisan artwork. We are proud for giving the recognition that our amazing artisans deserved!
What Other Customers Are Saying About us
Ana Sofia Guzman- From Google reviews
I’m happy to have my beautiful mochila from Colombian IndiArts! I know their story, and how involved the owners are getting ethical products directly from Colombia, and supporting the local communities with so much passion. I just love the great job they are doing and how amazing their products are!
Ales Houser- From Google reviews
I bought a wallet from them at Granville island last summer and I really liked it! great quality, functional design and good price. Also, I got to meet the company owners (they were at the company's booth at the outside market in front of the public market) and they seemed very passionate for what they do, as they said they feel that they can contribute to the economy of their home country Colombia from where they bring their products .
Carmen Quintero- From Google reviews
Outstanding support to indigenous communities in Colombia. Good job!
Candace Schmidt- From Google Reviews
I purchased a beautiful purse called a mochila and it’s amazing! Ive been using it as a purse/diaper bag for my toddler and it fits everything. It also has held up to pulling, swinging and general rough behaviour.
Is a very versatile product, that is very well crafted.
John Van Alphen- From Google Reviews
Quality and stylish products.
Juan Manuel Barrera- From Google Reviews
Great products and great people, that is the best you can ask in a bussines as a customer.
Sarah Lewis- From Square receipts
In this age of rampant consumerism, I love the folk festival for its merchants who give artisans from developing countries and, often underprivileged life situations, a marketplace for their craftsmanship and arts.