Our logo represents the cultural diversity of Latin America, through typical pictorial and arquitectural symbols of different cultures.
Guaraní pattern (Amazon sector)
Guaraní peoples adorned the ceramics with paintings of geometrical patterns unique to their culture.
Azteca Pattern (Mesoamerican sector)
Aztecs wore tunics on a daily basis, which were always adorned with geometrical patterns.
Inca Pattern (Andean sector)
Chacana means a bridge to the high. It is the denomination of the Southern Cross constellation, astronomical concept related to the seasons of the year.
Maya symbol (Mesoamerican sector)
The Mayan observed the energies that came from the center of the galaxy through the sun, and overturned that information into symbols in the Mayan calendar.
Colombian Symbol (Caribbean sector)
The steering wheel is an artisanal instrument that was used by aboriginal quimbaya cultures to make weavings and looms. Currently it is the symbol for 200 Colombian pesos coin.
Mapuche Symbol (Araucanía region)
The guñelve is a symbol from mapuche iconography that can be described as a special octagram form, or an eight-pointed star. It is similar to the Tartessian star.