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View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mr. Hikkuri Art (@hikkuricasa) on Feb 15, 2019 at 9:30am PST “MR. HIKKURI” IS THE ALIAS OF AN UNIDENTIFIED VISIONARY ARTIST, ORIGINALLY FROM MEXICO CITY. THE ARTIST HAS WORKED IN THE URBAN ENVIRONMENTS OF MEXICO, MIAMI, LOS ANGELES, EUROPE AND THROUGHOUT ADDING VARIED MATERIALS (INCLUDING GLASS BEADS, YARN, AND EPOXIES) TO SUBVERSIVELY DEPICT VARIOUS ICONIC POP & CONTEMPORARY CULTURE CHARACTERS AND DESIGNS. MR. HIKKURI CITES HIS ARTISTIC VISIONS AS LEARNING FROM THE NEW POP CULTURE, AN ARTIST, EVENTUALLY ABANDONING TRADITIONALLY ACADEMICALLY DRIVEN ART CLASSES TO REUNITE ART THROUGH AN ARTIST COLLECTIVE RATHER THAN AS AN INDIVIDUAL METHODOLOGY. MR. HIKKURI AND HIS WORK HAVE BEEN ACQUIRED BY SHEIKS IN DUBAI, MEXICO'S SOCIETY,...

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Symbols in Huichol Art

Divine ArtThe Huichol people see art as a way of communicating holy knowledge. Their art is soulful and conveys their deep connection with the spiritual world. Huichol art pieces signify deeper meanings through a number of symbols. Here is a list of the symbols that are commonly present in Huichol art. PEYOTEKnown as Jicuri, the plant of life. This small delicate cactus, speaks of deep and close relationships with the gods. Peyote is the sacred medicine the Huichol people traditional consume to make a connection with the spiritual word during ceremonies. THE SERPENTThe serpent is much respected within the Huichol culture for it guards the corn and peyote against rats and pests. The Huichol people adhere to their faith, that...

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