Santeri Virtanen

Santeri Virtanen

Santeri Virtanen
Muita ideoita: Santeri
Surcotte with pocket slits in the Teruel Cathedral (Spain). Image from the nave ceiling, late 13th century. See also http://www.aragonmudejar.com/teruel/pag_catedral/techumbre00.htm and http://www.aragonmudejar.com/teruel/pag_catedral/tabica04.htm

Surcotte with pocket slits in the Teruel Cathedral (Spain). Image from the nave ceiling, late 13th century. See also http://www.aragonmudejar.com/teruel/pag_catedral/techumbre00.htm and http://www.aragonmudejar.com/teruel/pag_catedral/tabica04.htm

Loki

Loki

2nd half of X cent. west slavic nobleman All inspired by carolingian imperial court fashion. Based almost completely on Stuttgart Psalter (820-830AD).

2nd half of X cent. west slavic nobleman All inspired by carolingian imperial court fashion. Based almost completely on Stuttgart Psalter (820-830AD).

Fresh hand on left, healed hand on right. Foxgloves and asteroids by @freeorgy ✨✨

Fresh hand on left, healed hand on right. Foxgloves and asteroids by @freeorgy ✨✨

Viking dragon Canvas Print

Viking dragon Canvas Print

Medieval Norse - leg wrappings, Medieval Rus - straight 'modern' leg

Medieval Norse - leg wrappings, Medieval Rus - straight 'modern' leg

guddal under tunic

guddal under tunic

In a complete break from the “typical” Norse tunic style, two tunics were discovered in Birka, Sweden, as well as Hedeby, dubbed the Hedeby Klappenrock. Unlike the pull-over styles, these tunics were were split up the front at a diagonal angle, so as to create a double-breasted shape. The sides overlapped and the tunic was closed with a belt.

In a complete break from the “typical” Norse tunic style, two tunics were discovered in Birka, Sweden, as well as Hedeby, dubbed the Hedeby Klappenrock. Unlike the pull-over styles, these tunics were were split up the front at a diagonal angle, so as to create a double-breasted shape. The sides overlapped and the tunic was closed with a belt.

guddal under tunic

guddal under tunic