Trecenais series of twenty prints created by Maia Gaffney-Hyde for a residency project at Mutton Fist Press.
The prints are based on stone carvings of the patron gods of the Aztec sacred calendar, the Tonalpohualli. The calendar is 260 days long and is comprised of twenty 13-day periods known as trecena. Each trecena is governed by a particular deity which oversees the rituals and ceremonies of those 13 days. This series of prints represents those trecena deities.