Rodolfo Diaz’s brightly colored map depicts the country’s emblematic churches, important agricultural products, and national monuments. One of the most important elements in the map is the head of the jaguar. In many traditional religious beliefs, the head of the Jaguar represents a God and is related to the earth, the underworld, and the sun. With this map, Diaz celebrates El Salvador, a country rich in natural and man-made beauty.
Each print is professionally reproduced as a museum-quality Giclee print with archival grade inks on 100% cotton, 290 gsm archival paper.
Print includes a 1/2 inch border. Not framed.