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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. Injected a bit of humor in these traditional icons.

Style description as below:

  • Cuzuco: Song reference which “cucu” is replaced with “cuzuco” aka armadillo in caliche.

  • Hechadero: Caliche for home/place of rest. Usually told to animals to find their bed.

  • Santa Elena: A saintly greeting when you’re feeling heavenly good.

  • Marañon: Translates to “cashew fruit flavored kisses”, since the fruit is a strong and acquired taste.

  • Llaves & Cipota: Images of original naif wooden crafts previously featured in Mercado.

  • Sticker Pack: Can’t decide which one? Get them all!

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