No man knows till he has suffered from the night how sweet and dear to his heart and eye the morning can be.
Illustrated by Abigail Larson.
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There are few symbols from the past that we can still truly stand behind, but the BPAL triple dagger insignia has yet to let us down. Inform onlookers that you have the very finest taste in esoteric scents with this tee that reps our house style. Offers protection from the elements, while also satisfying social obligations related to covering your upper half!
This is a pre-order for the t-shirt, and your order will ship as soon as the tees are ready. Thank you so much for your patience!
You screamed, we listened! The Drew Rausch design launched as a perfume label (and accompanying die-cut sticker) is now an outward expression of all the screams that lay buried just beneath your surface. Let this comfy tee serve as a warning to those who wander through your territory: “I probably taste terrible!” Perfect attire for pretending to be dead.
Odin is highest and eldest of the Æsir: he rules all things, and mighty as are the other gods, they all serve him as children obey a father.
The All-Father, Lord of Wisdom and War. Odin’s name itself translates to “fury”, “excitation” and “poetry” and that is the core of His essence. He is the God of Victory, and holds sway over hunting, verse, war-lust and berserkers, magic, illumination, foresight, death, plots and machinations, and He dispenses the Mead of Inspiration to poets from his sacred vessel, Óõ-rœri. He gifted mankind with runes, both sacred and mundane, and the ability to use them for both communication and magical work. He grants glory and madness, inspiration and courage, power and wisdom. He commands the einheriar of his Hall, Valhalla, and the Valkyries that claim the souls of valiant warriors. Lord Odin’s favored weapon is the spear Gugnir, which he uses to claim those chosen to die in battle. He is accompanied by his ravens, Hugin and Munin [thought and memory], and his wolves, Geri and Freki [the Greedy], and rides an eight-legged horse, Sleipner, that is, in itself, symbolic of death. His scent is dry elm bark, amaranth, warrior’s musk, and Odin’s Nine Herbs of Power.