This is a series of tshirt illustrations dedicated to the Futhark runes.
6/24 are currently drawn
The Elder Futhark is the oldest form of the runic alphabets. It was a writing system used by Germanic tribes for Northwest Germanic dialects in the Migration Period. Runic inscriptions are found on artifacts, including jewelry, amulets, plateware, tools, weapons, and, famously, runestones, from the second to the eighth centuries.
The Elder Futhark (named after the initial phoneme of the first six rune names: F, U, Þ, A, R and K) has 24 runes. Each rune most probably had a name, chosen to represent the sound of the rune itself.
Each illustration is originally hand-drawn, ink on paper on a 297 x 420 mm sheet. Colored and finished in digital, .PSD, on separated layers.
These artworks (as well as any others created by Theoretical part) are in no way connected with any political, ideological, religious movements and created only as a mythological/fantasy representation of the esoteric meaning of runes in the modern tradition.