Old Norse Tents -- I've stayed in one of these bad boys and they are freaking awesome.  More for summer use, however.

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Concept artist Rasmus Berggreen was kind enough to share some of the art that he created for his project, “Fall of Gods”. “Fall of Gods” is a Norse inspired illustrated book about a warrior named Váli, who sets out to get his murdered family back from the underworld. Berggreen explains “I aim to bring all the mystery of Norse mythology into this story and in the illustrations as well.”

The looming wolf. by Rasmus Berggreen. "I've come to ask your advice!" He yelled to the looming shadow and soon…

“In Norse mythology, Skaði is the goddess of winter and of the hunt. Associated with bowhunting, skiing, winter, and mountains, Skaði makes her home in the highest peaks where the snow never...

“In Norse mythology, Skaði is the goddess of winter and of the hunt. Associated with bowhunting, skiing, winter, and mountains

In Norse mythology, svartálfar (Old Norse "black elves", singular svartálfr) are beings who dwell in Svartálf[a]heimr (anglicized as Svartalfheim, "home of black-elves").[1] Both the svartálfar and Svartálfaheimr are primarily attested in the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. Scholars have noted that the svartálfar appear to be synonymous with dwarfs and potentially also the dökkálfar (Old Norse "dark elves").

In Norse mythology, svartálfar (Old Norse "black elves", singular svartálfr)…

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