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The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.
The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.

The magic sign of Agishjalm. Helm of awe.

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Galdrastafir — magic signs, which appeared in the early middle Ages in Iceland. Represent a few, or many, twisted runes, are often highly stylized. At the moment, are the most poorly understood section of the Northern magic.
Aegishjalmur - Helm of awe, helm of terror. Was created with the aim to make enemies panic, so strong that they fell into a stupor for a while. Often this kind of signs associated with snakes, as the venom of some snakes paralyze their prey. Most often, "helmets of the fear" was a cross-shaped patterns, the debate about the significance of which continue to this day.

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Galdrastafir — magic signs, which appeared in the early middle Ages in Iceland. Represent a few, or many, twisted runes, are often highly stylized. At the moment, are the most poorly understood section of the Northern magic.
Aegishjalmur - Helm of awe, helm of terror. Was created with the aim to make enemies panic, so strong that they fell into a stupor for a while. Often this kind of signs associated with snakes, as the venom of some snakes paralyze their prey. Most often, "helmets of the fear" was a cross-shaped patterns, the debate about the significance of which continue to this day.

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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