Oroborous

Collection by Ines Hanl

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Ines Hanl
Golf Ball OUROBOROS WITH SPIRALS Snake Dragon, Dragon Slayer, Celtic Designs, Spirals, Golf Ball, Balls, Future, Art, Art Background

Golf Ball OUROBOROS WITH SPIRALS | Zazzle.ca

Based on an illustration by Klaus P. Kinast for his fantasy novel WHENCE CAME THE STONE-EYED GODS, the Ouroboros employs the emblem of a snake or dragon who swallows its tail and is thusly a symbol for eternity and endlessness.

ID Tag OUROBOROUS blue purple Custom Pet Tags, Dog Id Tags, Detail Shop, Celtic Designs, Animal Jewelry, Tag Art, Dog Mom, I Love Dogs, Custom Clothes

ID Tag OUROBOROUS blue purple | Zazzle.ca

Fit for your stylish princess! Show everybody that your princess has some grit with this powerful Ouroboros design, which symbolizes eternity of creation.

ID Tag OUROBOROUS sand ochre Custom Pet Tags, Dog Id Tags, Detail Shop, Celtic Designs, Tag Art, Dog Mom, I Love Dogs, Mom And Dad, Gifts For Dad

ID Tag OUROBOROUS sand ochre | Zazzle.ca

Fit for your stylish princess! Show everybody that your princess has some grit with this powerful Ouroboros design, which symbolizes eternity of creation.

Tote Bag OUROBOROS black on pink Summer Tote Bags, Pink Dragon, Pink Snake, Snake Design, Ancient Symbols, Sticker Shop, Edge Design, Custom Clothes, Coral

Tote Bag OUROBOROS black on pink | Zazzle.ca

This design by Klaus P. Kinast is based on an illustration for his fantasy /time travel novel WHENCE CAME THE STONE-EYED GODS. The ancient symbol of the Ouroboros is a circular design depicting a snake or sometimes a dragon, who swallows its own tail. It is an emblem of wholeness or infinity.

Ping Pong Paddle STONE-EYED GODS two-sided Ping Pong Paddles, Sticker Shop, God, Stone, Dios, Rock, Stones, Allah, Batu

Ping Pong Paddle STONE-EYED GODS two-sided | Zazzle.ca

based on illustrations by Klaus P. Kinast for his fantasy novel WHENCE CAME THE STONE-EYED GODS

Gaming Pad OROBOROUS white Detail Shop, Sticker Shop, Nursery Wall Art, Holiday Cards, Gaming, Future, Stone, Design, Christian Christmas Cards

Gaming Pad OROBOROUS white Gel Mouse Pad | Zazzle.ca

The design is based on illustrations for the fantasy novel 'Whence came the stone-eyed Gods' by Klaus P. Kinast.

Keychain OROBOROUS grey blue Detail Shop, Holiday Photo Cards, Nursery Wall Art, Custom Clothes, Blue Grey, Art Pieces, Personalized Items, Future, Stone

Keychain OROBOROUS grey blue | Zazzle.ca

The design is based on illustrations for the fantasy novel 'Whence came the stone-eyed Gods' by Klaus P. Kinast.

ID Tag OUROBOROUS black Custom Pet Tags, Dog Id Tags, Detail Shop, Personalized Tags, Cool Pets, Baby Cats, Tag Art, Dog Mom, Mom And Dad

ID Tag OUROBOROUS black | Zazzle.ca

Shop ID Tag OUROBOROUS black created by ArtofanAncientFuture. Personalize it with photos & text or purchase as is!

Tote Bag OUROBOROS black on taupe Ancient Symbols, Sticker Shop, Edge Design, Custom Clothes, Taupe, Reusable Tote Bags, Wallet, Black, Beige

Tote Bag OUROBOROS black on taupe | Zazzle.ca

This design by Klaus P. Kinast is based on an illustration for his fantasy /time travel novel WHENCE CAME THE STONE-EYED GODS. The ancient symbol of the Ouroboros is a circular design depicting a snake or sometimes a dragon, who swallows its own tail. It is an emblem of wholeness or infinity.

Tote Bag OUROBOROS black on light grey Snake Goddess, Snake Design, Dragon Tattoo Designs, Dragon Design, Ancient Symbols, Sticker Shop, Classy Women, Black Tattoos, Custom Clothes

Tote Bag OUROBOROS black on light grey | Zazzle.ca

This design by Klaus P. Kinast is based on an illustration for his fantasy /time travel novel WHENCE CAME THE STONE-EYED GODS. The ancient symbol of the Ouroboros is a circular design depicting a snake or sometimes a dragon, who swallows its own tail. It is an emblem of wholeness or infinity.

Tote Bag OUROBOROS black on coral Summer Tote Bags, Pink Dragon, Pink Snake, Snake Design, Ancient Symbols, Sticker Shop, Edge Design, Custom Clothes, Coral

Tote Bag OUROBOROS black on coral | Zazzle.ca

This design by Klaus P. Kinast is based on an illustration for his fantasy /time travel novel WHENCE CAME THE STONE-EYED GODS. The ancient symbol of the Ouroboros is a circular design depicting a snake or sometimes a dragon, who swallows its own tail. It is an emblem of wholeness or infinity.

Tote Bag OUROBOROS black on blue Dragon Warrior, Dragon Slayer, Snake Dragon, Girls Are Awesome, Snake Tattoo, Ancient Symbols, Strong Girls, Sticker Shop, Boss Lady

Tote Bag OUROBOROS black on blue | Zazzle.ca

This design by Klaus P. Kinast is based on an illustration for his fantasy /time travel novel WHENCE CAME THE STONE-EYED GODS. The ancient symbol of the Ouroboros is a circular design depicting a snake or sometimes a dragon, who swallows its own tail. It is an emblem of wholeness or infinity.

Tote bag OUROBOROS black on white Snake Goddess, Snake Design, Dragon Tattoo Designs, Dragon Design, Ancient Symbols, Sticker Shop, Classy Women, Black Tattoos, Custom Clothes

Tote bag OUROBOROS black on white | Zazzle.ca

This design by Klaus P. Kinast is based on an illustration for his fantasy /time travel novel WHENCE CAME THE STONE-EYED GODS. The ancient symbol of the Ouroboros is a circular design depicting a snake or sometimes a dragon, who swallows its own tail. It is an emblem of wholeness or infinity.

Keychain OROBOROUS pink Detail Shop, Holiday Photo Cards, Nursery Wall Art, Custom Clothes, Art Pieces, Personalized Items, Stone, Illustration, Pink

Keychain OROBOROUS pink | Zazzle.ca

Shop Keychain OROBOROUS pink created by ArtofanAncientFuture. Personalize it with photos & text or purchase as is!

Keychain OROBOROUS white Detail Shop, Holiday Photo Cards, Nursery Wall Art, Custom Clothes, Art Pieces, Personalized Items, Stone, Rock, Artworks

Keychain OROBOROUS white | Zazzle.ca

Shop Keychain OROBOROUS white created by ArtofanAncientFuture. Personalize it with photos & text or purchase as is!

Paper Plate OROBOROUS II Detail Shop, Holiday Photo Cards, Nursery Wall Art, Paper Plates, Custom Clothes, Art Pieces, Stone, Design, Rock

Paper Plate OROBOROUS II | Zazzle.ca

Design is based on an illustration by Klaus P. Kinast for his fantasy novel WHENCE CAME THE STONE-EYED GODS