The man in the maze design is one of the most common and meaningful in southwest art. The design is relatively simple, it starts in the middle and ends with a man at the end. There is a legend that follows back to the emergence of the Tohono O'odham people that is best illustrated through the man in the maze design. The design reflects the various cycle of life, of motion and choices that confront us during existence. The basket's diameter measures 12" and the height of the basket measures 1 1/4".