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  • The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
  • The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
  • The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
  • The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
  • The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
  • The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
  • The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
  • The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
  • The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.
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The symbol of eternity is the Ouroboros Serpent, devouring its own tail.

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Drawing by Theodoros Pelecanos, in a 1478 copy of a lost alchemical tract by Synesius.
Representation of eternity and infinity, in particular — the cyclic nature of life: alternations of creation and destruction, life and death, continuous regeneration and death. The symbol of an uroboros has rich history of use in religion, magic, alchemy, mythology and psychology.
Medieval Art Print.

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Ouroboros the Serpent, eating its own tail, is the symbol of the eternity.
Drawing by Theodoros Pelecanos, in a 1478 copy of a lost alchemical tract by Synesius.
Representation of eternity and infinity, in particular — the cyclic nature of life: alternations of creation and destruction, life and death, continuous regeneration and death. The symbol of an uroboros has rich history of use in religion, magic, alchemy, mythology and psychology.
Medieval Art Print.

We have 4 types of printing materials:

Handmade paper.

An absolutely unique product. Thick and dense paper (350 mg) with uneven edges. Not completely white, has natural beige shades. The print on this paper has a rather antique look and muted colors. Prints with an antique background look especially authentic on this paper.

Linen canvas.

Dense (300 - 400 mg), beautiful and natural material with a slight shine. Prints on canvas have a bright and clear color rendition.

Art matte paper.

Very thick paper ~ 1mm. Can be used without frame. Excellent color rendition.
Plywood.

We print on birch plywood with a thickness of 4 - 6 mm. Prints on plywood convey the image and color very accurately. These prints do not require a frame and are ready to hang as they have a hook on the back. The big advantage is that it is not susceptible to moisture; it can be hung in damp areas.

Possible sizes:

A5 - 8.3 x 5.8 " (210 x 148 mm)
A4 - 11.7 x 8.3 " (297 x 210 mm)
A3 - 16.5 x 11.7 " (420 x 297 mm)
A2 - 23.3 x 16.5 " (594 x 420mm)

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Frame is not included.



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