Inspired by the Loki Stone
The picture is inspired by the most famous carved stone in Kirkby Stephen Parish Church stands by a pillar, confronting you as you come in. It is the so-called Loki Stone or Bound Devil.
It is obviously a section of a slab-like cross shaft. The carvings on the sides are simple patterns of twisted strands but that on the face is unique.
Image Source: George Stephans: The Runic Hall in the Danish Old-Northern Museum. Kopenhagen 1868.
The Runic inspription: RAþE SA ER KAN NAMN …
This motiv is Inspired by an Coded runic inscription that was written on the baptismal font in Kareby Church in Bohuslen in Sweden. In Norse the runic text says Ráði, sá er kann, nafn "orklaski", i.e. "Interpret you who can the name … Blessed is who can read the name on the shirt?
Shirts: Stanley/Stella - Rocker or Jazzer
Print Color: Brown 181c
Print Size: 27,5 x 37,2cm
UNISEX / WOMEN'S
1x1 rib at neck collar
Inside back neck tape in self fabric
Sleeve hem and bottom hem with wide double topstitch
MAIN: SINGLE JERSEY, 100% COTTON - ORGANIC RING SPUN COMBED, FABRIC WASHED, 150 G/M²