Highpark Gallery

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Interior Design by Mauricio de la Garza — May 2011

Set in the heart of San Pedro Garza Garcia, Highpark's showroom breathes ever green iconic design.

A Confused Dreamer's Summer Journal of New York City

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Photography by Mauricio de la Garza — Summer 2011

"Cut off as I am, it is inevitable that I should sometimes feel like a shadow walking in a shadowy world. When this happens I ask to be taken to New York City. Always I return home weary but I have the comforting certainty that mankind is real and I myself am not a dream."

-Hellen Keller

Runaway Skin

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Photography by Mauricio de la Garza — End of Summer 2011

After 32 years of running awry from home, Carlos has never looked back. The ever haunting memories of his restless childhood remain buried under every stitch of his unfinished skin.

180 Tramonti

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Photography by Mauricio de la Garza — Sometime in 2008

Throughout the years, Italy has always managed to excel with its abilities to create, design and innovate.
What is it about this Mediterranean country that has captivated and transformed the Western aesthetic of mankind?
Should it remain this way until the End of Time?

Ma il mio mistero è chiuso in me,
il nome mio nessun saprà!
Sulla tua bocca lo dirò
quando la luce splenderà!

Africa

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Photography by Mauricio de la Garza — Summer 2005

The only place on Earth where Man and Nature have managed to remain as one. And it works just fine.

Les jardins. Toujours.

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Photography by Mauricio de la Garza — Il y a quelques étés

Écoute. Parfois, la vie exige un changement. Une transition. Comme les saisons. On a eu un printemps merveilleux, mais l’été est fini et nous avons manqué l’automne. Tout d’un coup, il fait froid, si froid que tout se met à geler. Notre amour s’est endormi, et la neige l’a pris par surprise. Et si tu t’endors dans la neige, tu ne sens pas la mort venir. Prends soin de toi. Merci, Paris.