The sticker design is inspired by the Salvadoran style of art named “naif” , specifically from the region of La Palma in Chalatenango. The Naif style depicts daily rural life with bold lines and colorful geometric shapes. Design includes original characters originally drawn by hand.
Measures 3.30" x 2.17" with rounded corners on smooth vinyl matte. Style option is based on the background color of the sticker.
Injected a bit of humor in these traditional icons ranging from:
Cuzuco: song reference which cuco is cuzuco aka armadillo in caliche
Hechadero: caliche for home/place of rest. Usually told to animals to find their bed.
Santa Elena: Saintly greeting
Marañon: cashew fruit flavored kisses, which is a strong and acquired taste.
Llaves & Cipota: These were items which sold out quickly from my store and brought back in sticker eternity.