Omar’s designs are a beautiful, visual representation of contemporary Mexican designs aesthetics. From his unique wax, floral candles to minimalistic tableware, La Muerte Tiene Permiso never fails to make your home feel warm.
Founded by architect and designer Omar Ortiz Franco, he aimed to bring his expertise in design and his in-depth knowledge of Mexico to the table by creating one of a kind, clean homeware pieces to the world.
Each design is based around the traditions of Mexico, its rich history and folk stories told through time. The clean design aesthetic of the pieces makes it suitable for every home.
The namepiece of their Nightlights of Mexico City collection of classic glasses inspired by the nightlife of Mexico’s cultural golden age in the 1950s. It was a time when the city life was cosmopolitan and the night was about dressing up and drinking cocktails in the club, watching the magnificent mambo dancers and musicians and then dancing a skeleton shake with the salsa and cumbia rhythms. This atmosphere was surrounded by a warm and low light and there on the table was our drink, shining with the sequin dresses in the night and the brass instruments and the laughs and the stars in the sky.
From the traditional workshops in Tonalá, Jalisco, they present this collection of handblown glasses made in 100% recycled glass. The glasses can present some size variations and bubbles from the process of production.
They can be used as glasses or tea light holders for your dining table.
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