Folklore Illustrations by Jenni Saarenkyla, via Behance

Jenni Saarenkyla - "I got the idea for this illustration from the old stories about the bear in Finnish folklore. In the olden days the bear was the most sacred animal and some even believed that when the bear moved the forest moved with it".

Sielulintu: Finnish mythological bird who protects one's soul while being asleep.

Sielulintu- Finnish myth: a baby carrying or soul protecting bird. It protected a persons soul at its most vulnerable, while it dreamt. It was tradition to keep a wooden bird next to the bed while one slept.

"Taikamylly" (Sampo, the magical mill; Kalevala) by Marimekko.

Decorate your walls with Marimekko Taikamylly wall hangings from cotton with brushed aluminum rails for easy mounting.

The Kalevala plates of Finland:  The picture shows Väinämöinen planting seeds in his flourishing garden, while birds are sitting in the trees and fishes are swimming below.

The Kalevala plates of Finland

My Arabia Year Plates - Arabia Kalevala Series Annual Plate No Limited edition.

"Kalevala -koruja", 2.lk laitoimme muovimattoalustan työn alle ja neulepuikolla pakotettiin metalliohkolevy piirrosmallin mukaan. Ensin luonnospaperi, sitten valmis kuva pienelle paperille ja kolmas vaihe oli metalliohkolevylle. Kun metalliohkolevyn alla on alusta esim pahvi tai muovimattoa tms, esim neulepuikolla painamalla/ pakottamalla tulee kuvio tarpeeksi syväksi. Kun kääntää levyn toisinpäin, kohokuvio on päällä.(Alakoulun aarreaitta FB -sivustosta / Leena Keränen)

"Kalevala -koruja", 2.lk laitoimme muovimattoalustan työn alle ja neulepuikolla pakotettiin metalliohkolevy piirrosmallin mukaan. Ensin luonnospaperi, sitten valmis kuva pienelle paperille ja kolmas vaihe oli metalliohkolevylle. Kun metalliohkolevyn alla on alusta esim pahvi tai muovimattoa tms, esim neulepuikolla painamalla/ pakottamalla tulee kuvio tarpeeksi syväksi. Kun kääntää levyn toisinpäin, kohokuvio on päällä.(Alakoulun aarreaitta FB -sivustosta / Leena Keränen)

ilmatar kalevala - Google zoeken

Finnish neo-pagans make an appearance in the capital of the Komi Republic

"The Nokia jewelry" by Finnish jewelry company Kalevala Koru. A pure Finnish type of ancient jewelry, in Finnish named as "chain bearers". The original jewelry was found in the Nokia region, The oldest chain bearers are from the 11th century and supposed to be founded in west of Finland, but also appeared in the Karelian crusade times.

"The Nokia jewelry" by Finnish jewelry company Kalevala Koru. A pure Finnish type of ancient jewelry, in Finnish named as "chain bearers". The original jewelry was found in the Nokia region, The oldest chain bearers are from the 11th century and supposed to be founded in west of Finland, but also appeared in the Karelian crusade times.


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