Monday, July 28, 2008
Mazhu & The Dragons Artwork By Black UniGryphon
Artwork by "Black UniGryphon" 烏獨角獸
Kandice Kathleen Zimbleman 任思麒
Mazhu And The Dragons by =BlackUniGryphon on deviantART
Mazhu Tames The Waves by =BlackUniGryphon on deviantART
马祖 (Simplified Chinese)
馬祖 (Traditional Chinese)
[Written above in left upper corned in "Ancient" Chinese Script]
Mazhu (or Maju or Mazu)
A design piece, based on Chinese art/design styles from the 1970s.
Mazhu, often revered as an Ocean goddess, is actually based on a real person in Ancient times. It's said she became a Shenxian. Or the equivalent of a Saint in western terms.
Mazhu is the most widely known in South China, and even more among Chinese colony descendant cultures outside of China, throughout the Asian islands.
There are still reports of sightings of her out on the sea in a red gown, or saving the lives of people out at sea.
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