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Freyja Organic T-Shirt

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This T-Shirt design showing the fertility goddess Freyja was created by Broc Ó Diolúin, the Badger King


Freyja was a member of the Vanir who were often associated with the natural world and were the rival tribe of gods to the Æsir.


According to Norse mythology, it is said that Freyja takes half of all those slain in battle to reside in Fólkvang (whilst Odin takes the other half into his hall Valhalla) and Badger King has created a bindrune in her honour especially for this T-Shirt.
Freyja is depicted wearing her necklace Brísingamen which was forged by the dwarves and much coveted by the trickster Loki.

  

Material & Make

This t-shirt is printed in the UK on ethically sourced 100% organic cotton. The design is rendered in the highest quality of detail for sharpness and longevity of wear.

For more information about our commitment to sustainability, you can keep up to date with what we are doing within the collective on our environmental page.

  

About The Artist

Broc Ó Diolúin, known as The Badger King within his tattoo work, is renowned for his work with Celtic and Nordic art styles. His creations and knowledge also manifest in a project known as Badger Horns, where he shares stories and mythology related to Celtic folklore. Though he calls Llandudno in North Wales his home, Broc’s dedication to the Irish  language and lore is apparent in his work with the ancient script of Ogham, as well as his mastery of the artistic styles seen within the Book of Kells.

You can see more artwork from Badger King Tattoo on Northern Fire here.

    

Size & Dimensions

This Stanley Stella T-Shirt is designed to fit so if you prefer a looser fitting T-Shirt, we would recommend considering the next size up.

 

UK/EU Size

Chest Dimensions

Small

38" / 97 cm

Medium

40" / 102 cm

Large

42.5" / 108 cm

XL

44.5" / 113 cm

XXL

47" / 119 cm

 

In the picture, our model Broc is wearing a large. Please check the dimensions are correct for you as sizes differ between regions.