Crow Skull Tapestries
Kokopelli (pronounced "Coke-a-pellie") comes to us from the folklore of the Anasazi and Hopi. Petroglyphs depicting the flute player date back to 1,000 BC. He was their deity of fertility, healing and mischief. He was also known to be a bit of a Casanova. Legends and stories about Kokopelli are plentiful throughout the southwest and as winter sets in here in the north country our favorite is that when he plays his flute, the sun comes out, the snow melts, grass begins to grow, birds sing, and all the animals gather to hear his songs. It was believed that good luck came to all who listened to Kokopelli's songs. He embodies everything pure and spiritual in music. His flute symbolizes joy. It's magic sparks creativity and helps dreams come true. Fight back against Old Man Winter this year! Wrap yourself in one of our toasty warm hoodies and let the spirit of Kokopelli warm your heart and cheer you spirit on winters darkest days.
Tags: winter, flute-player, flute, fertility-god, fertility-deity
This was a labor of love! When my grandniece Kyra, who loves dogs, asked for a drawing of German Shepherds for her birthday I dropped everything else I was doing and got to work. Drawing animals is not my forte but I did the best I could. To see more of my work go to www.facebook.com/crowjunctionartworks.
Tags: canine, pencil-drawing, pets, german-shepherds
A Ford Mustang Funny Car that recalls the early days of Funny Cars before the NHRA had a Funny Car class. To make extra bucks the guys would replace the two big 4 barrel carburetors on their A/FX cars with fuel injectors and go match racing at drag strips across America. It was some of the most exciting drag racing ever and unlike today's Funny Cars if you drove a Ford you had a Ford engine under the hood. This one is powered by one of the "Baddest" engines to ever run the 1/4 mile. A 427 Ford SOHC semi-hemi. This design is what happens when you let old hippies design race cars.
Tags: ford, deadhead, hippie, old-hippie, casey-jones