Another gift: the red fan propped up in the window behind Grajales’s desk, which the famed textile designer (and gallery staple) Sheila Hicks brought back from Japan for her for good luck. “All these little things, they mean something, you know?” says Grajales. The rocks that surround it are also talismans, in a way. “I have my little rocks that I found in Colombia when Jorge, the owner of Hechizoo, took me on a trip to Santander, where he buys his raw materials. They’re also famous for their fossils, because the climate is so dry, and I had to bring some back with me. All these weird things I like; I’m weird,” she laughs.
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Another gift: the red fan propped up in the window behind Grajales’s desk, which the famed textile designer (and gallery staple) Sheila Hicks brought back from Japan for her for good luck. “All these little things, they mean something, you know?” says Grajales. The rocks that surround it are also talismans, in a way. “I have my little rocks that I found in Colombia when Jorge, the owner of Hechizoo, took me on a trip to Santander, where he buys his raw materials. They’re also famous for their fossils, because the climate is so dry, and I had to bring some back with me. All these weird things I like; I’m weird,” she laughs.