Mayan Hearts (Diccionario del corazón). San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas : Taller Leñateros,  Rare Books at JPL PM4466.Z95 S635 2002
Mayan Hearts was inspired by a fifteenth century dictionary of Mayan heart metaphors, found in the vault at Princeton University's library, by Robert M. Laughlin, curator of Mesoamerican anthropology at the Smithsonian. Naul Ojeda, a renowned Uruguayan artist, created the woodblock artwork for the book. The book was produced by Taller Leñateros, The Woodlander Workshop, a co-op of Mayan and mestizo women artists, papermakers, printers, and craftsmen founded by Ambar Past. The book is handmade with stamped and mackled silkscreen and with paper made from maguey and mistletoe.