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Sigillum Satanus

Sigillum Satanus


A print from my 'Dark Art' collection. A blend of hand-drawn and digital work.

This symbol is from the Grimoirium Verum, or the Grimoire of Truth (approx 1517). The Sigil of Satan was the third sign and was inspired by the nine-by-nine magical square.

The seal itself, rather than being linked to dark magic and evil is seen to represent the search for knowledge and enlightenment by Luciferian followers.

My canvas designs are directly printed onto the canvas using HP Latex printers with Latex inks. Inks are pigmented and water-based. The inks are non-hazardous, non-toxic, non-flammable inks that reduce a variety of environmental, health, and safety concerns. Inks are UL certified, GREENGUARD GOLD based on the high air quality standards used for hospitals and schools.

.: Cotton and polyester canvas 
.: Black pinewood frame
.: Made from sustainably sourced materials
.: Sawtooth hanging hardware included

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