Glory Night - by Clinker Jacobo
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About This Design
The night of June 30, 1520 is remembered in Mexico as "the sad night". That night, Hernán Cortes and his allies sought to flee from Tenochtitlan with a great booty of gold and precious stones. However, they were ambushed and defeated overwhelmingly at the hands of the Mexica people, which meant the first great defeat of Hernán Cortes and one of the most significant victories of the Mexica people. This design is inspired not only by that night but also by the courage and tenacity of the Mexica people who faced an adversary that surpassed them in weapons, but never in spirit. The jungle may belong to the lion but the glory is carried by the jaguar in his blood and that, neither fire nor iron, can take it away because with every drop spilled, a flower sprouts from the earth that with its beauty recalls the legacy of the Jaguar.
Designed by: Jacobo; Mexico City, Mexico
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