[ FUNGI FAERY FOLK ] — LIMITED SET NO I
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[ THE FUNGI FAERY FOLK ] — Set 1
20 limited folklore themed sets
Oyster Mushroom Fae
As a tree fae, she is bewinged and nimble. Her duty is to be a guardian of oyster mushrooms and cater for their growth. She does this by guiding their spores through wood, and protect them.
Snake's Hat Fae
As a field fae, she is shiny and small, and often seen riding on a roman snail. The parasol mushrooms she guards grows on calcareous grassland where the snails naturally go to find the food they need for building their shells.
Puffball Mushroom Álfr
Álfr is a Scandinavian elven folk, known to interact with nature through dance and music. Puffball álfr plays their flute to make the spores rise to the sky in puffs of smoke. Here seen wearing a Norwegian Hedmark bunad.
Bonus print — Fithri [Moths]
The Swedish word for moth comes from old Norse and means "night feather" (nótt fithri). In the old days the Swedes saw the moths and butterflies as winged messengers and used them to predict information about the future. The colours of the butterflies or moths would hold different messages on how your summer or winter would be.
— On this print you find two moths and one butterfly, the Blood-vein moth, the Clouded border moth and the Grizzled skipper butterfly.
Prints are signed
Dimensions: 20 x 30 cm (European A4)
Paper: 200 grams thick, fine grain aquarelle paper