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An eagle and a black bear. That’s all.Art by Meg Yamamotowww.omegalithart.com

An eagle and a black bear. That’s all.Art by Meg Yamamotowww.omegalithart.com

I had to research Celtic Knots for my day job and so I whipped up this tutorial for you guys summarizing the information in one sitting which is why it gets so sloppy at the end. Hopefully it still...

I had to research Celtic Knots for my day job and so I whipped up this tutorial for you guys summarizing the information in one sitting which is why it gets so sloppy at the end. Hopefully it still...

Ever notice how much Celtic-inspired art there was in the interiors of almost all buildings in Origins? ... I like to think of the Ferelden culture as being inspired by both Celtic and Scandinavian elements ... In addition to the nations tribal roots...

Ever notice how much Celtic-inspired art there was in the interiors of almost all buildings in Origins? ... I like to think of the Ferelden culture as being inspired by both Celtic and Scandinavian elements ... In addition to the nations tribal roots...

Stained Glass dosen't have to go in windows. Using modern glasses that radiate their colour and vibrancy, I make beautiful glass panels to hang on the wall. Mounted on stainless steel frames they...

Stained Glass dosen't have to go in windows. Using modern glasses that radiate their colour and vibrancy, I make beautiful glass panels to hang on the wall. Mounted on stainless steel frames they...

Nordo-Celtic knot symbolizing the Drakkar longships paired with the central Icelandic Vegvisir ("sign post"), which is a type of late medieval bind-rune that was a magic sigil to prevent the bearer from getting "lost in the storm". The Vegvisir is often erroneously identified as a Viking-age rune.

Nordo-Celtic knot symbolizing the Drakkar longships paired with the central Icelandic Vegvisir ("sign post"), which is a type of late medieval bind-rune that was a magic sigil to prevent the bearer from getting "lost in the storm". The Vegvisir is often erroneously identified as a Viking-age rune.

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