Artwork Explained: Ouroboros

Artwork Explained: Ouroboros

Introducing the Ouroboros Apparel Range: A Symbolic Dance of Destruction and Rebirth

Embark on a journey through the eternal cycles of creation and renewal as we proudly unveil our latest creation, the Ouroboros Apparel Range. This collection is a visual ode to the ancient symbol of the Ouroboros—an emblem of the perpetual dance between destruction and rebirth, encapsulating the ever-flowing cycle of life.

At the forefront of this collection is the front artwork—an intricate representation of the Ouroboros knot symbol. This powerful symbol has transcended cultures and time, embodying the cyclical nature of existence. The design, rendered in a palette that echoes the cosmic dance, invites you to reflect on the interconnectedness of beginnings and endings.

Delve into the subtleties of the sleeve, where a slithering serpent gracefully moves between the moon phases, symbolizing the period between destruction and rebirth. The repetition of the serpent in this celestial dance serves as a constant reminder that every end is a prelude to a new beginning. As you explore the details, feel the energy of perpetual transformation coursing through the fabric.

The pièce de résistance of the Ouroboros Apparel Range is the back artwork—a captivating visualization of the cyclical journey. The Ouroboros, shaped in a figure of eight, holds the depiction of a skull in the top circle, representing death, while an unborn baby in the fetal position resides in the lower circle, symbolizing birth. The deep, enigmatic hues reflect the cosmic dance, inviting wearers to embrace the ever-revolving cycle of life.

As you don the garments from this collection, you are not merely adorning yourself in clothes; you are becoming a part of a symbolic narrative. The Ouroboros, with its ancient roots, resonates with the core of human existence—a continuous journey of transformation and renewal.

We hope you love this range as much as we do! 

- Lunafide Team 🖤


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1 comment

Need a bomber jacket in this, really.

Joe Smoljo

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