Kokopelli is a fertility deity and a symbol of music, dance, and joy in Native American culture. Kokopelli is typically depicted as a humpbacked flute player who is often seen with a feathered headdress or carrying a large backpack. He is associated with the arrival of spring and the renewal of life. He is often depicted playing his flute in fields, gardens, and other natural settings. Kokopelli is believed to bring abundance and prosperity to those who listen to his music, and is seen as a powerful symbol of fertility and the creative spirit. His image has become a popular motif in contemporary art, jewelry, and home decor, and continues to be celebrated in many Native American communities today.