Agency: L&O Nathenas Advertising
Designer: Margeta Eleana
Client: Minoan Gaia
Location: Crete, Greece
Project Type: Commercial Work
The Ritual Dance of the Mother Earth Goddess (3.000 B.C.)
It is a simple but highly symbolic issue decorating a small vessel of the Archaeological Museum of Heraklion. It was Found in Phaistos and belongs to the Early Prepalatial period. It was used as a vessel for libations. The decor is simple and entirely schematic, with three female figures in motion. It represents a ritual dance of the Mother Earth Goddess in the center, flanked by two priestesses.
The design of its label reflects and justifies the name of the product "Miterra -MY EARTH". It comes out from the Greek word "Μητέρα" ( Mother) and the Latinum word "Terra" ( Earth ) .