Yes, this is the traditional “welcome to our site” blog where we let you know that we’re here and ready to talk about the awesome things we can create together. But since this isn’t your typical site and we’re not your typical team, this is where the “traditional” part of the blog is going to end.
You’re on our page, so you already know about what we can do and who we are, so no need to go into that here. In the future, you’ll see lots of posts about the new concepts we’re learning and what we’re up to as a team. For now? Let’s talk about something fun so you can get to know what kind of crazy people we are.
Dragons Make The Story Worth Telling
Dragons can make any story legendary. Think about how lame Sleeping Beauty would be if Maleficent hadn’t turned into a dragon? What would be the point of The Hobbit if Smaug hadn’t appeared on that adventure?
This is why we’ve invited the dragon-horse along on our adventure. If we can start the story with a dragon, it can only get cooler from there, right?
Legend of The Dragon Horse
While the design for our logo is straight from the imagination of one of our team members, the idea of a dragon-horse is something that has been imagined before and has become something of legend in a few cultures.
- Referred to as the longma, the dragon horse in Chinese mythology is able to walk on water!
- In Greek mythology, the dragon-horse is more of a horse sea-monster. It has the front legs of a horse and the backside is a dragon. Not too shabby!
- In Babylonian mythology, the goddess Tiamat is known as the “dragon-horse.” She ultimately gets defeated, but she was probably just a little intimidating!
- Next to Dragon Hill in England, is White Horse Hill. On top of White Horse Hill is a horse dug into the white chalk in the hill that has been there for over 3,000 years.
With our dragon-horse by our side, let’s get ready to start some adventures!