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These bind runes are based on the Elder Futhark Norse runic alphabet. Bind runes are runes put together to serve a purpose. (Typically, they are burned into a piece of wood.

How-to make your own runes using sculpey clay, I made my set for about $5 in materials, and it took me a little over an hour. Here's how you can do it, too:   (more tips on different materials and consecrations here: http://www.therunesite.com/making-your-own-rune-set/)

Theese are NOT viking runes. They are an older Rune alphabet, from around year 500 and earlier. They are called the elder futhark. The viking Rune alphabets have usually only 16 runes and there are several different alphabets from that time.

Illusive by Petros Afshar, via Behance

Illusive by Petros Afshar, via Behance Flat Illustrative Style + Display Type. So good I can't decide which category to put this in: Typography, Design, or Fine Art?