|| COEPI ||

Coepi means “beginning” in Latin, creating the bridge between the label’s name and its elements. The Trypillian Goddess is the symbol of the commencement of life, the greatest phenomenon on Earth.

The elements are inspired from the Mother Goddess figurines discovered in 1884 in Cucuteni, Romania (in the part of old Moldova). The Trypillian culture was wide-spread on 350.000 square km on actual territory of Romania, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. 

Some communities part of this culture believed that these totems were imbued with powers that can help and protect the people who took care of them. The geometric motifs, as the rhombus speak about fertility, and the triangle about fecundity. In the same time, the cross symbolizes the renewal, sometimes used to represent masculinity, as well as the phases of the moon.

Coepi means “beginning” in Latin, creating the bridge between the label’s name and its elements. The Trypillian Goddess is the symbol of the commencement of life, the greatest phenomenon on Earth.