In Luisa Bělohlávková’s rendition, the mother is depicted as a warrior, a stout goddess. Although it might not be visible at first sight, the material indicates her fragility. It takes very little for her to shatter into dozens of little pieces; but that does not mean she has to remain shattered. In this allegory of motherhood, the author pays homage to those women who have been touched by the issue. The statuette Viva La Mamma is part of Luisa’s last collection entitled Thank You for Such a Happy Meal.