Take a close look at this beautiful collection of wearable art. This collection is an inspiration from the very tip of Denmark where the two seas meet, Skagerak and Kattegat.
It is an inspiration from deep in the sea where only very few sea creatures travel to such as Mermaids, Opochtli the God of fishing from the Aztec mythology and Nehalennia from the Norse mythology, Goddess of the North Sea.
Johanne’s hat and shell necklace symbolises her Moon energy. The hat is moon shaped and white. The Green colours of her robe symbolises her adobe where she meets with King Neptune in the deep of the ocean surrounded by seaweed and sea polyps.
The green netting on her robe and the fishing net in her hat is a symbol of her attachment and entanglement with the King.
King Neptune’s head dress is mainly blue and symbolises the ocean and his feelings towards Johanne. His head dress also symbolises the planet itself which has a blue tinge. A dash of green in the head dress refers to his green thumb. His trident is decorated with a green garden hose which he keeps in his deep-water sea garden. He mainly cultivates sea lettuce and sea horses and does it all organically.
I have to apologise on behalf of King Neptune. Hi trident is not quite a trident as he broke the last one he had stabbing a big dugong in its head. He is now using a fork.