Inspired by: Square-Headed Wasp Seeing a wasp is a sign that everything happens for a reason.
Some cultures believe a wasp is the symbol of control over your life.
If you see a wasp, it means you need to stop wishing on your dreams and start acting on them.
From inspiration to fruition, every Vuliwear lens is an original design derived from the extraordinary colors and patterns of insect eyes. Nature's hidden beauty exposed so you can see beyond.
Inspired by: African Twig Mantis
Praying Mantis teaches how to connect with the Divine. The Praying Mantis’ common name is perfectly descriptive due to their front legs folding in such a way that Mantis appears to be praying. Seeing a Praying Mantis represents good luck.
Inspired by: Striped Horsefly
Horsefly's compound eyes are exceptional. What makes them an irritation is what actually makes them a positive omen. Their perseverance is bar none. Horseflies are extremely difficult to kill. Imagine being so focused on your dreams, that nothing will seemingly stop you.
Inspired by: Blue Damselfly
Damselfly/Dragonfly’s embody the power of flight, swiftness, change, transcendence and the ability to reflect and refract light and colors. They are often linked with magic and mysticism. Their spectacular colors shine with iridescence in the sunlight.
Inspired by: Red Dragonfly Japanese consider red dragonflies to be “very sacred,” a symbol of courage, strength and happiness. American Indians believe red dragonflies can bring a time of rejuvenation after a long period of trials and hardship.
Inspired by: Horsefly Irritating, but let's focus on the positive. Known for flying incredibly fast, so if you encounter one this might mean that anything hidden in your life could soon be quickly exposed. Expect some fast, positive changes soon in your life!
Inspired by: Signal Fly A positive symbol of flexibility, adaptation, and survival. It is a reminder to look at the good in the world rather than focus on the bad because it’s the only way to move forward.
Inspired by: Hover Fly They are often seen hovering or nectaring at flowers. Brightly colored, with spots, stripes, and bands of yellow resembling wasps or bees but do not bite or sting.