|Dragon and Tiger
|Rooted in ancient Chinese symbolism.
|Symbolizes the balance of yin and yang forces and the harmonious interaction of opposites
|Depictions of a dragon and tiger in dynamic, complementary poses.
|Traditionally depicted in vibrant and contrasting colors.
|Common in Taoist art, martial arts, and as symbols of cosmic balance.
|Associated with Chinese folklore and Taoist alchemical traditions.
|Prominent in Taoist iconography.
|Represents the harmonious interplay of opposing forces.
|Rich in cultural and symbolic layers.
|Evokes a sense of dynamic balance and cosmic unity.