Saturday, October 22, 2022

NUNA Project | 2018

Project Quechua: NUNA Project

NUNA in Quechua means Spirit / Soul.

The NUNA Project is an offshoot of Project Quechua. I began the NUNA Project in 2018 as way to unwind from creating non-stop.

While focusing on conjuring up works of art for Project Quechua and constructing my second Quechua Runasimi book, I will also randomly produce NUNA Project related art.

In order for me to “take a break” from Project Quechua, I will go full speed ahead brainstorming and creating NUNA Project related artwork. When I create I get into this Hyperfocus mode and learned to overcome “writer’s block”, creative dry spell by creating even more. Yes, I do take time away from creating by living life, reading one too many books, movies, etc.

NUNA Project focus has mainly to do with various subjects and art forms dealing within the Spiritual, Indigenous, Subconscious, Supernatural, Music or Cyberpunk realm: Think TUROK • Tal’set (Nintendo 64) & all his awesome super-high tech weapons — that’s me.


Spiritual Invincibility

Tasunke Witko (Crazy Horse), Oglala Lakota Sioux

Original Release Date: 
Monday, November 5, 2018

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West by Dee Brown • Chapter 12: The War for the Black Hills