Featuring the Aztec sun god, Tonatiuh. Patron of warriors, he blessed humans with warmth and fertility but in return demanded live sacrifices.
Featuring the Aztec jaguar warrior. These military elite fought at the front lines and captured prisoners for their sun god.
Featuring the Aztec eagle warrior, the most feared fighters. Only the bravest noblemen and commoners of special merit could join their ranks.
Featuring the Aztec god of music, dance and mischief, Huehuecóyotl. He was revered for his wisdom, old age and connection to the divine.
Still strength blanco
Inspired by calaveras (sugar skulls) typically used on an ofrenda or gravestone during Día de los Muertos to represent a departed soul.