Tag: runic

New Blood VI

Something new to celebrate the new year.

I bring you Gold and Silver Moons

Girl with the burning golden eyes, And red-bird song, and snowy throat: I bring you gold and silver moons, And diamond stars, and mists that float. I bring you moons and snowy clouds, I bring you prairie skies to-night To feebly praise your golden eyes And red-bird song, and throat so white. – Vachel Lindsay […]

Dracula’s Guest

She told me that she did not like the idea of your being in that house all by yourself, and that she thought you took too much strong tea. In fact she wants me to advise you if possible to give up the tea and the very late hours. – Bram Stoker – Dracula’s Guest […]

New Blood II

Just a little post to share a few of the new things I’ve created these past months. Some of them were imagined as special gifts for some very special friends, some were custom orders. But most of them will find their way to the shop in january. And some will be with me at my […]

Vǫrðr

In Norse mythology, a Vǫrðr (Vordr) is a warden spirit, believed to follow from birth to death the soul (Hugr) of every person. They are the force, the energy that keeps things alive.

La Belle Dame sans Merci

I met a lady in the meads, Full beautiful—a faery’s child, Her hair was long, her foot was light, And her eyes were wild. I made a garland for her head, And bracelets too, and fragrant zone; She look’d at me as she did love, And made sweet moan. – John Keats – La Belle […]

On the table

I’m sorry about the mess on the table I’m sure it was an accident My hands are made of nitroglycerin That explains the incident Fortune built my homes in daydreams Pages I’d never seen – Fad Gadget – Life on the Line –

The girl with the braided hair

I will soon share several new photoshoots but, until then, here are some images by fashion photographer Pauline Darley, featuring Solweig Rediger Lizlow and her Manaz Runic Amulet. Thanks girls!

The Ynglinga Saga

For men of consequence a mound should be raised to their memory, and for all other warriors who had been distinguished for manhood a standing stone, a custom that remained long after Odin’s time. – Ynglinga saga –

Frondes Agrestes

Leaves motionless. The strong pines wave above them, and the weak grasses tremble beside them. – John Ruskin –