Artwork Explained: Frigg

Artwork Explained: Frigg

This week we are dropping the brand new Norse Mythology inspired Frigg apparel range. This range is inspired by the queen of Asgard herself, the powerful and mystical Frigg. The artwork features intriguing elements including a hidden shape of the Goddess' face within the details and comes in a blue colorway because Frigg was worshipped as Goddess of the sky.

Frigg was the wife of Odin and mother to Baldur and was therefore the Queen of the Aesir which is a collective term for the main Gods in Norse Mythology. As mentioned earlier Frigg was a sky goddess and it is said that it was believed that she created the clouds in the sky.

Frigg also played a role as a Goddess of fate and it was believed that she had the power of prophecy and was in charge of conjuring fate, the all powerful Frigg was also the goddess of love and marriage and she was also involved in maintaining peace and order and was referred to as Lady of the Hall because she would carry the horn filled with mead at feasts.

Myths and tales about Frigg very often include her son Baldur and even now the Norse call the longest night of the year "Mother Night" because they believe that this was the evening that Frigg gave birth to her son, who was the god of light and joy. Another interesting fact is that our English word for the day of the week Friday is directly derived from the name of the Goddess Frigg. 

We hope you love this range just as much as we do! We can't wait ti bring you so many more show stopping designs just like this! 

-Lunafide Team <3

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I Love her face and the crescent moon on her forehead. I would like access to seeing her and ordering her from you ….Cheri

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