Called from the ancient origins of Aztec culture, Tlaloc the rain god gave mercy to those who worshipped him as a giver of life and sustainability. The Gods weren’t, however, always merciful. To the ancient traditions and tribes, Tlaloc was feared for punishing mortals with drought or sending terrifying storms to the earth to cause havoc and force starvation upon the lands. Towering at 8” high, this crowned deity comes with the traditional Aztec symbols and frightening fangs to be a striking addition to any Dunny collection. Limited to 80 pieces.
Jesse Hernandez (@UrbanAztec) is an artist born and raised in the Bay area, most widely recognized for his murals, vinyl art toys, and animation work. His style is known as “Urban Aztec” a combination of graffiti and ancient indigenous culture. Hernandez’s artwork has been featured in the Oakland Museum, Rolling Stone, Juxtapoz, Playstation, Outside Lands, and the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. Hernandez has shown art in galleries and museums around the world, and painted murals in Oakland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Mexico city & Amsterdam.