Odin, the father of the gods, was one of the main figures of the Norse pantheon. He was feared and respected, associated with wisdom and poetry but also death and war. He would sometimes resemble an old wanderer and go on quests on his own. From the stories that survived to the modern day, we can easily tell that Odin is a god who does anything it takes to obtain what he's looking for no, matter how. He is a very enigmatic figure and also a trickster so he must have been a terrifying figure for the Scandinavian population. This is not to be confused with the way Christians used to fear and worship their god.
This print was created from a drawing by Dyrs-Hjarta Art, represented in this intricate design is Odin wandering with his two ravens Huginn and Muninn (Thought and Memory) and his two wolves Geri and Freki (the ravenous or the greedy one) and holding his spear Gungnir. We have reproduced a limited number of these on high quality paper and the original drawing still hangs in the Sacred Knot studio to this day in Llandudno, Wales.
Printed on 300 gsm cotton paper.
Limited Edition: Only 10 of these will be available (signed and numbered by the artist)