In this section you can get all the clues you need to jump into the search for the new pieces that we have hidden for you.
This cylinder corresponds to the month of May and is placed to commemorate the ten years of Stealth Art. During this year 2022 each month, one of these collectible pieces is placed.
You will ask the elders how to go to what used to be called Punta Borracha and by a small road, you will look for sources of water suitable for human consumption.
If you more or less know where to go,...wait for the next clue in 10 minutes...have someone accompany you because the path is dark
If you are where you should be on your left and before reaching the beach you will find a building that was the first to store water for the incipient tourist project that barely had a few cabins.
In front of it there is planted Zamia debilis,...do you know it? Do you know that it was the first food of the insular Arawak Indians, misnamed Tainos? (*) In the language of these first settlers Taino meant "we are good" to differentiate themselves from the Caribs who were warriors and cannibals.
There was never a Taíno ethnic group.
The hearts of the eros series are mostly made with the rakú technique in a reducing atmosphere. They are one of the most coveted and sought after pieces of Stealth Art. Its market price is 100 dollars but if you find it in one of the furtive actions when deciphering the clues, it is yours and you have nothing to pay.READ MORE
, The Ukranians hearts just came out in raku , like true collectors items.READ MORE
Guanín is called an alloy of copper, gold and silver, similar to red gold, used in the pre-Columbian Caribbean. The name guanín is taken from the language of the insular "Taíno" Arawak people, who appreciated it for its reddish color, brilliant shine, and unique scent, and associated it with mundane and supernatural power.READ MORE
There is no worse scenario than a war, much less when terror is applied to the civilian populationREAD MORE
A project of the Fusion Foundation seeks to value the spaces and daily life of the city's neighborhoods.READ MORE