1. Reconciliation or fusion of differing systems of belief, as in philosophy or religion, especially when success is partial or the result is heterogeneous.
2. Linguistics. The merging of two or more originally different intellectual forms.

This is a mola, a handmade work made up of several cut and sown pieces of cloth that the Kuna women of the San Blas Islands make for their traditional blouses, here, the bottom most cloth was a children’s bed sheet of Dragon Ball Z and that the designs printed were kept as an integral part of the work.

Coat of arms of Panama. Although the San Blas Islands are an autonomous indigenous territory, this archipelago falls under the jurisdiction of Panama.


It is possible that the woman who designed this mola does not know who this fat bearded man represents.

The little clowns …..

Traditional hand woven shoes of the Wayuu people of the Guajira peninsula.
Here the Tommy Hilfiger brand has been used as the design. “Tommy is fashionable” .


Wayuu woman kniting a Tommy bag.

Nike logo grafiti on a wall in Colon, Panama.

Nike logo tattooed on Nicaraguan man’s cheek.

“All sort of Religious Articles – Curiosities Don Bosco” – and Coca Cola…in Panama


Store sign in Nicaragua “Magic Mushroom” – and Coca Cola

Mexico city – The Merced market place “ Tripe Tacos” – and Coca Cola

Mexico city – The Merced market place “ Crazy Chicken Tacos” – and Coca Cola...

In Panama, Coca Cola murals…I don’t know if they are painted by the business owners or the local Coca promo crew.


Pepsi mosaic in Utila, Honduras.