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Dear readers, As AbAdA has already specified to you the symbols have always been emotional and the importance of drawing representation is a codified language which instills identity and recognition. There is a symbol that is sometimes dreaded and feared … The skull, for some, symbolizes on the one hand the passage of time but especially the end of life. It was already used by all civilizations, Resumed by clans to infuse fear with their enemies Various types of stories about the human skull coexist on every continent. Let’s take the example of Mexico: the skull in their traditions represents « Life is born from death ». Which means that death is not the end of everything but a stage, an opening. In this sense, death is not sad but something that we have to celebrate. Thus, the festival of « dia de los muertos » (the day of the dead) aims to bring together the dead and the living around a festive atmosphere Another example, among the Bamileke people (Cameroonian ethnicity), the relationship with the skull of a dead person makes it possible to enter spiritually into contact with the dead For this people it is essential to maintain the skulls to avoid the anger of spirits, sickness infertility. During these holidays, we remember the life of the deceased in order to never forget them.
This symbol is also present in many other areas such as religion, politics, art, fashion the tattoo … The skull is no longer scary: several brands have used it in their collections – it has become somehow synonymous with rebellion.
In sum, the death’s head continues to arouse interest in our societies. That is why the AbAdA brand presents it to you in a new form. So STAND OUT .
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