Adriana Torres, artist, illustrator, and founder of MIGA DE PAN has studied architecture and graphic design at the University of Buenos Aires.

Her collection was distinguished with the Seal of Good Design, an official distinction awarded by the Ministry of Industry to the national industry products that stands for innovation, for its commitment to local production, by its position in the market and its quality design.


Her label was selected by Ministry of Foreign Affairs to be part of the pavilions at 100% Design London, Maison & Object Paris, and Pitti Immagine Bimbo in Italy representing Argentine design. In 2012, after signing a franchise agreement with the renowned italian company Seletti and also being on the cover of the asian magazine of achitecture and decor "Modern decoration Home" her line expanded into Europe and Asia, with a wholesale distributor in South Korea and a French agency that represents her brand in Europe. 


In 2013, she received the first prize in the national contest of artisans organized by the “National Fund for the Arts”, which is part of the Cultural National Secretary of Argentina in the category "Contemporary Textile Doll Making".


Adriana has taught several embroidery workshops not only in Argentina but all over Spain (Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Malaga, Bilbao, La Coruña, Sevilla and Palma de Mallorca), Paris, Berlin, London, Devon, Bristol, Portishead, Zürich, Antwerp, Ciudad de México, Santiago (Chile) and in The United States: Boulder (Colorado), Santa Monica (California), Boston (Massachusetts) and Philadelphia (at Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters HQ).

She has participated with her embroidery artworks at several collective art exhibitions in Buenos Aires, Paris and Leipzig.

Her work was published by Thames and Hudson in “The New Artisans”; DPI magazine (Taiwan); Super Handmade (China), Stich•illo by Uppercase (Canada).


Miga de Pan is available worldwide.


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