Adrián Erazo, a renowned artisan born in Venezuela but with a great artisan career in Colombia, enthusiastically presents his project: The manual “Craftsmanship and Clean Movement.” This innovative brochure is designed for the passionate creators who bring to life the physical memory of culture and art in our society: The Artisans!
The central objective of this project is to support and raise the quality of artisanal products, fusing tradition with technology through the use of solar energy. Adrián Erazo seeks to revitalize the concept of artisanal art, integrating it with mobility and design in the creation of unique and sustainable crafts.
The manual provides a detailed step-by-step guide for craftsmen, guiding them through the process of incorporating the opening and closing of the roof into their creations. This functionality not only adds a distinctive element, allowing observation of the interior of the crafts, but also introduces the concept of “Clean Movement” by integrating solar energy into the design.
Adrián Erazo expresses his pedagogical vision by sharing this valuable information, highlighting that the guide will not only enhance artistic expression in crafts, but will also add value at the time of marketing. The manual thus becomes an essential tool for artisans who wish to elevate their creations to new levels of innovation and sustainability.
In particular, the project is inspired by the iconic Colombian chivas, transport vehicles that are more than 100 years old, emblematic of rural areas of Colombia. These vehicles, with their vibrant colors and distinctive characteristics, have become part of Colombian crafts, highlighting their uniqueness with the combination of colors, chairs and merchandise on the roof.
“Craftsmanship and the Clean Movement” is not only a technical manual, but an initiative that seeks to preserve the rich Colombian artisan tradition while propelling it towards a sustainable and creative future. Adrián Erazo invites artisans to explore new frontiers and adopt environmentally friendly practices in his masterpieces.