The feathered serpent slowly descends the balustrade of the main staircase of the building built for his worship. The Itzá pyramid venerates the God of the wind and the rain that every year during the equinoctial day of March and September is present before the people he founded.

When night equals day we are a mirror of the deity; we connect our souls and energies, everything is modifiable; the lines of time and space converge. Kukulkan is present displaying his power.

Technical report

Design: Kukulkan

Collection: Revoltoso Vol. I

Composition: 90% cot, 10% linen

Width: 140 cm - 55"

Weight: 565 gr/m2

Vertical Pattern repeat: 64 cm

Horizontal Pattern repeat: 70 cm

Pattern Match: Mirror all sides

Martindale: 43000 cycles

Usage: Upholstery for decoration, curtains, blinds, bedcovers




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