"The Reveller looks for the party in everything: the reason to celebrate, to be happy, to be grateful and excited - to seek a reason to smile even when things look particularly bleak. Life, after all, is for celebrating - even when it is hard. A hard life isn't a bad one, after all. Sometimes difficult times are a sign that you're doing something very right. There's no point building an incredible and inspiring life if you're going to spend the whole thing wishing it was easier." - The Guildman's Handbook
Mount the dancing Reveller upon your walls, doors, tables and chairs whenever it is time to celebrate and reflect on your success and happiness. Daub him on your clothes, etch him into the bottom of your tankard and fly him on banners from the roof of your mead hall. His body is joy, wellbeing and fellowship, atop dancing legs of health, victory and understanding. His arms are the games and mystery, and his hands grasp reminders to enjoy your hard earned successes and victories.
Material & Make
This rune was lovingly hand-painted in a spectacular location by Guildmaster Ed Gamester on his adventures. Then he carefully carried it home, in a valiant effort not to befoul them... You can normally find photos or videos of its creation, and more details of its meanings, on Ed's social media. Or you can read about the Big Faces for yourself in The Guildman's Handbook
The artwork you will receive is the original piece. It comes on a cotton canvas stretched over a wooden frame backing. Please know that our images intend to capture the colour to the best of our ability, but can’t always display the exact nuances of texture and tint within the artwork. If you have concerns about this, please try viewing on different monitors to make sure your computer or phone is giving you the best representation.
About The Author
Ed Gamester has been a strongman, professional wrestler, actor, and musician. As a writer, he shares his overwhelming creativity and humble philosophies as an individual that harbours deep introspection and drive to be his best self.
Recently, he has also crafted several paintings inspired by his life philosophies. You can find more of his art and literature on Northern Fire here.
Size & Dimensions
20 x 20cm (8 x 8 inches)