Adriana Álvarez (actress) and Arturo Pardo (journalist, musician, and actor) at The Voice of Guanacaste’s stand.
Roberto Cruz, our designer, in an interview with Radio Columbia.
Yara Mourelo is one of the designers at Mourelo y Tagini, which is a brand that aims to create handmade products based on photo essays.
María Fernanda Cruz, our managing editor, in an interview with Sinart.
“Design isn’t just the product, the product is the easy part. Design is the entire process from the idea to working with the artisan until you see it in production,” says Sofía Protti of Cuero Papel y Tijera.
We found a faithful The Voice of Guanacaste reader in the Árboles Mágicos team.
Jennifer Vega, The Voice of Guanacaste’s commercial manager, chatting with people who approached the paper’s stand.
Paula Hernández is the designer at Cruda, which makes shoes and limited-edition collaborative designs. At the FID they showed off shoes made out of leather and wood.
The Voice of Guanacaste’s web editor was also a star salesman of postcards and pins that we offered as a sample of our day-to-day work and our pride in being part of Guanacaste.