Alebrijes are brightly colored Mexican folk art sculptures of fantastical creatures, which are usually made in Copal wood.
This art became the most famous art of the State of Oaxaca in Mexico.
The first alebrijes, along with use of the term, originated with Pedro Linares in the 1930s.
Linares fell very ill and while he was in bed, unconscious, Linares dreamt of a strange place resembling a forest.
Upon recovery, he began recreating the creatures he saw in cardboard and papier-mâché and called them Alebrijes.
In collaboration with master stone carver, Luis Alberto, L'Aquart and Maison S.T. Dupont have created the magnanimous collections with hand carving the Alebrije Dragon Fly fountain pen in Serpentine, Turquoise, Nephrite Jade, Tiger Eye, Red Jaspter, Lapis Lazuli, Labradorite, Zoisite, Indigo Gabro and Ruby.