Historical artifacts are always a big inspiration for my work. This is an amazing find displayed @wikinger_museum_haithabu – Looks like Ringerikestyled piece but unfortunately there is no more description available. I just look at the piece and see what it feels like and do a reinterpretation of the energy it gives me. It‘s important to feel, to see what the feeling does with something and not what the books or science prescribes. There is no possibility for science to explain your feelings or to find your roots or finally your healing!
I‘m looking forward to continue all your work in progress pieces! Sure, the current situation is unsure abd we don‘t know when we can start working again, but if you want to get tattooed as soon as possible, please write me an email and I will put you on the ‚waiting-list‘. As soon as I know when we can start again I will answer all your requests with possible appointments. So you don‘t need to wait with your ideas, let me know! Thanks so much for your support!
I‘m so proud and thankful for the endless love and support of my wife @anka.miau – She always supports and helps me with everything I do. I‘m proud of her shining light which helps me in every situation. I love her creativity and everything she creates on earth – Thank you! This picture was made while we took the pictures for her current ISA Collection for her clothing label @helga.by.ankamiau ♥️(she makes everything by her own, sure I help whatever I can do).
This is an interpretation of Ragnar Loðbrók‘s death in the snakepit of the Northumbrian king Ælle. I love the auditive interpretation of @wardruna for this important historical scene, it was the perfect soundscape to create this piece – Thank you @einar_selvik ! #vikings
▪️ Size: 29,7cm x 42cm (DIN A3)
▪️ Paper: Brown, rough natural paper 230g/m²
▪️ Printing colour: Black
▪️ Handnumbered and signed
▪️ Limited to 20 pieces!
: Wolf warrior : I done this interpretation of the wolf warrior on the Sheath of Gutenberg find from Sigmaringen (South of Germany) 🗡 This is such an amazing and unique find. Thanks for this really great request and letting me do this work on you. This found is very unique cause of it‘s style and precise details. It felt so great cause it‘s also a find from the area where I was born and feels like a connection to ancestors of this area.
: Odin hanging in Yggdrasill : As I promised, my webshop will be released soon and this is the day! I just opened my shop and you can finally get items from my #nordiccreations. Feel free to give me some feedback. I have a few more ideas coming up the next days or weeks. Thank you all for your support!
: The Harper-Lion : This is the first tattoo of my great client from the Harper-Family and also the start of a bigger project. The journey started with a nordic version of the lion of the family crest. I done this in summer 2020 – I‘m looking forward to continue soon. Done @houseofritualstattoo
The past weeks were really hard for most of us. As I wrote in posts before I felt a deep shift, a big change. This will be good for us. Changes can offer new ways, it‘s an opportunity to let go, to let go is a process of death, it‘s a transformation. Of course death is not easy and nobody wants to talk about, but it‘s necessary to come to something new. And after you accept this sometimes really hard process of death and let go and let happen what needs to happen. you can grow the new seeds. Sometimes a simple new haircut can help to let go 😀 you know, for me it was a big step since I had this long hair for over 15 years, it was a big part of my identity and my comfort. I choosed this powerful solstice a few weeks ago to cut it – to let go and to enter the new cycle. Nothing is forever and it‘s important to live the moment and go with the flow. Don‘t hold old patterns or build habits. Die to the past every moment and you will see there are so much more possibilities – Nature is beautiful! 🍂
This is a massive ‚Fomitopsis betulina‘ (Birkenporling / birch polypore) we found in summer 2020. I never saw a bigger one. It‘s diamter was around 37cm. This is one of the healthiest and most healing mushroom in northern Europe. It has been researched for its phytochemistry and pharmacological activity. Phytochemicals include phenolic acids, indole compounds, sterols, and triterpenes. You maybe know this one cause ‚Ötzi, the Iceman‘ carried this mushroom in his pocket. So we see it‘s medical usage was known over 5000 years ago which is amazing. There is so much we don‘t know. We consume this mushroom as a tea for a kind of juice fast and cleanse for 20 days. This boost for example the immune system and regulates many other things in your body. As the name says it grows mostly on birchs.