Stefano Colombini

Stefano Colombini

Stefano Colombini
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1337tattoos: “ Fredão Oliveira ”

1337tattoos: “ Fredão Oliveira ”

Sketch Style Griffin done by Ael Lim (Invisblea) at Enigami Studio Singapore

Sketch Style Griffin done by Ael Lim (Invisblea) at Enigami Studio Singapore

Sea Turtle by Inez Janiak

Sea Turtle by Inez Janiak

Yin Yang tattoos are very especial. They remind us that there is no light without darkness, no good without evil. Harmony and chaos in perfect coexistence.

Yin Yang tattoos are very especial. They remind us that there is no light without darkness, no good without evil. Harmony and chaos in perfect coexistence.

The symbol is attested in the Huld Manuscript, collected in Iceland by Geir Vigfusson in 1860 (but consisting of material of earlier origin). A leaf of the manuscript provides a drawing of the Vegvísir symbol, giving its name, and, in prose, declaring that "if this sign is carried, one will never lose one's way in storms or bad weather, even when the way is not known".

The symbol is attested in the Huld Manuscript, collected in Iceland by Geir Vigfusson in 1860 (but consisting of material of earlier origin). A leaf of the manuscript provides a drawing of the Vegvísir symbol, giving its name, and, in prose, declaring that "if this sign is carried, one will never lose one's way in storms or bad weather, even when the way is not known".

The Icelandic word Vegvísir literally means ‘guidepost’ or ‘sign pointing out directions’. It is said the bearer will never stay lost, and will always find their way. This symbol is a late Icelandic charm taken from the 17th century Icelandic grimoire called Galdrabók (‘magic book’), which contains many such galdrastafir or magickal charms.

The Icelandic word Vegvísir literally means ‘guidepost’ or ‘sign pointing out directions’. It is said the bearer will never stay lost, and will always find their way. This symbol is a late Icelandic charm taken from the 17th century Icelandic grimoire called Galdrabók (‘magic book’), which contains many such galdrastafir or magickal charms.

Inez Janiak

Inez Janiak

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