Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Logo Tumbler RedItem No: 6811
This beautiful 20 oz tumbler is made of aluminum with an acrylic lid. It's emblazoned with the logo of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, which depicts the water serpent Avanyu. According to the storytelling traditions of certain Pueblos, Avanyu is the bringer of water in the desert. The serpent is also associated with lightning, as symbolized by its zigzagging tongue. The IPCC's logo also includes other symbols: the top portion depicts eagle feathers, while the enclosed crosshatching represents rain and the upward semicircle is a traditional symbol of clouds.