A KING FOR KINGS
There is a lot of avian influence in the ancient Mohican cultures. Almost every bird has a special and unique significance to what it represents in design. Then there is the King Vulture.
BIRDS OF THUNDER
The Apache tribes of the yesteryears have always been a very visual culture. They have worn their colours with pride, on their garments, their living quarters and their weaponry.
THE GREAT UNMASKING
Expressions are, individual and collective at the same time. That might be the reason all the ancient civilizations had their versions of it. Sort of a motif, of an identity. From religion, to pottery, to frescoes; from clothing, across time.
THE TWIN BASILISK
Revived from ancient Michoacán, the two-headed serpent was the sign of the times. An entwined figure, like we all are entwined with our other selves, going through time immortal.