Mimbres Indian-Style Art Designs for CNC
The Mimbres Indians painted elaborate geometric designs as well as a wide variety of animals and human figures on their bowls and pots
The files open in your CNC cutting software or CAD software.
This art package contains 60 patterns
The Mimbres Indians lived in southwest New Mexico between 300-1300AD. In the last century, thousands of painted ceramic pots have been unearthed, revealing beautiful and mysterious artwork that is both valuable and highly sought after by archaeologists and collectors around the world.
Growing up in Silver City NM (in the heart of Mimbres country), Shawn Bulle researched and explored dozens of lost Mimbres ruins. He was always fascinated by the lost peoples’ art and lifestyle.
Shawn has viewed hundreds of Mimbres pots, bowls and petroglyphs and meticulously recreated several of the best art specimens into vector graphics for CNC machines. The designs have been made structurally sound for CNC cutting.
The market is huge for southwestern designs in Arizona, California, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Nevada…especially for unique security doors!