Weaver Yanira created this grande black and white cultural design over 1.5 years of construction. The piece has a striking geometric design in growing columns combines traditional hooks and diamonds. The diamonds are created out of thick white shapes with thin black outlines, each outlined in spotted white dots. Thick Greek keys interlock from the bottom to the top growing in a tall column.
Geometric motifs draw their inspiration from multiple sources, including pre-Colombian textiles, ceramics and rock art. Baskets woven with these designs are often referred to as cultural, due to the fact that a large part of their inspiration stems from body paintings and patterns on spiritual paraphernalia used by village shamans.