Sharing the world's unknown mystiques


By using the Caipora as a symbol, we are not trying to own a creature that belongs to the native culture, but to show the world that there is more to mythology and folklore than Olympus, fairies and goblins.

As a woman of Brazilian Indian origin, but raised in the city, I do not claim Caipora; and when we work with Indian folklore, which we will, the curator will be a woman of a tribe. 

Caipora doesn't belong to Brazil, but it's the face of a creature I grew up loving, and I want to share that love and also shed light on the needs of our forests. 

Any defamatory comments regarding Cultural Appropriation will be legally pursued.