THIRDLINGS

FIRST ENCOUNTER: WELCOME TO THE THIRD WORLD

4,000 years ago, new intelligences created designs that transcended the borders of time. Today we have unearthed vestiges of beings who came to create the world and gave meaning to our ideas. They are called Thirdlings, in honor of the third world they conquered.

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THIRDLINGS ARE THE FIRST INHABITANTS OF THE THIRD WORLD.

In order, Earth is the third planet from the sun. This characters are part of a much larger population of creators and crafters that populated the coast of Ecuador more than 4.000 years ago. This are the first vestiges found in excavations in the Valdivia commune on Santa Elena province in front of the Pacific Ocean.

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THE BRINGER & THE HEIR

Mother and leader

Through their craftsmanship, the thirdlings left clear traces of their social architecture...

THE SEER

3 eyes to view it all

A quiet and wise figure, the Seer brought the cosmovision, their worldview, as a society of creators and producers, shaped their world...

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THE LINKER

Connecting heart and mind

Creating and producing does not always come from a single mind. The linker had one of the most important jobs in the commune...

THE DOWSER

Investigation in process, figure not found

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THE DRUID

Speak naturally

It is said that the Druid cannot be searched for, he finds you. He has the virtue of understanding the signs of nature and most importantly...

More characters, animals and deities of the Thirdling civilization have been unearthed in different parts of Ecuador. Soon we will show you our findings.

STORY AND DESIGN

By Nuno Acosta

With more than 20 years of experience in design and communication, Nuno Acosta has dedicated his professional life to exploring the graphics and popular manifestations of Ecuadorian culture. Promoter of creative and cultural responsibility, he focuses his ideas on creations of origin that highlight the pride of being part of the third world.

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