Double Serpent - by Clinker SierraGonz
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Designed By: SierraGonz
Born in El Salvador and now living in Toronto, Canada, SierraGonz uses his design talent to honor his Meso-American heritage.
The description of SierraGonz’s design in his own words.
Snakes in Mesoamerica have always been associated with fertility and re-birth because of their ability to shed and grow new skins. Double-headed intertwined serpents were icons in Mesoamerican art that represented the sky. The jaws of the snakes are open, ‘symbolizing the caves of Mictlan, gateways to the underworld’. The two-headed snake symbolism could mean indecision. Since it has two heads, it infers two different opinions or, in the spiritual realm, two different paths and choices.
Designed by: SierraGonz; Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Crown: Black / Visor: Northwest Green / Button: Northwest Green / Undervisor: Snow Grey