In Mexico there is a large artisan population whose survival is wood. The temperate or tropical forests have been inhabited and managed by natives and mestizos who have combined work in the field with complementary activities such as artisan production. Wood carving is characterized by being an art closely linked to daily life, cooking, home, religion, popular festivals, social celebrations and music; Created by someone who is an active part of the company or group. The techniques of elaboration of the wooden objects survive in the traditions and show the cosmovision of the natives. Each wooden object reflects the creative process of design where visions and perceptions of its own culture are expressed.