Tzotzoma means "Our Clothing" in Nahuatl, the language of the Aztecs.

Our designs are based on powerful and timeless artworks created by the ancient cultures of the Americas from the Aztec to the Zapotec.

Our logo, the skull and crossed long bones, was inspired by a 14th century statue of Toci found at the Templo Mayor, the great temple of the Aztecs in the heart of ancient Tenochtitlan and modern Mexico City. This earth goddess wore a skirt of repeated skulls and crossed bones. This motif was often used in Mesoamerican art to signify the ancestors and the gods of the underworld.

Created by anthropologists Michael O'Hara and Josh Edwards, our clothing designs are screen printed and produced by Acme Prints, the greenest screen printer in Arizona.