As a freelance illustrator, I specialize in images and graphics related to the occult and esoteric. I do digital images as well as traditional art. If you are a publisher looking for good images, an author looking for illustrations of his work, signs, seals, sigils, charts, diagrams, you have a website, forum or blog you want to personalize, everything occult in nature, I can provide it. My fees are moderate and I have a special offer for authors and publishers: No money. I accept books! My contact address is

Jan 30, 2012

Rune images

Hey folks, these are a few images I did for a website that I co-created with my friend  F.V. Fargas, called

It is mainly in Romanian, and it s meant to fill the gap in our web presence in the occult, but not necessarily for romanians,  It has an article section for English too, just so you know. 

AAAnuway here we go, the full set of the Elder Futhark, with one extra for Hagalaz.
Should you want to add these to your blog or website, please let me know, do not do that on your own.  I won t charge you anything and anybody is free to use them, just let me know. 

The font used to make these is called  ANGERTHAS, and its made available freely by Bruce Kyam. 

1. Fehu

2. Uruz

3. Thurisaz

4. Ansuz

5. Raidho

6. Kenaz

7. Gifu

8. Wunjo

9. Hagalaz (old version)

9. Hagalaz (new version)

10. Nauthiz

11. Isa

12. Jera

13. Eiwaz

14. Perthro

15. Algiz

16 Sowilo

17. Tyr

18. Berkano

19. Ehwaz

20. Mannaz

21. Laguz

22. Daggaz

23. Ingwaz

24. Othila

Jan 27, 2012

Two new covers for Ishtar Publishing

Hey folks! My collaboration with Ishtar Publishing is yielding new fruits.  I m so glad the Barhatyah is finally out and shipped to their pre-ordering owners, can t wait to see how it turned out.

These are some forthcoming titles that they are bringing out, and I did these covers, at least stand-ins, so they ll probably look different in print. The titles are links to their own pages.
First one is by Nineveh Shadrach, an incredible collection of Arabic talismans never before published in English, and some even never before published anywhere:

The second one is a rare jewel of Arabic esotheric lore, called Tartib al-Da'wat fi Takhsis al-Awaqat, from the Master Ahmad Al-Buni, translated as

Get em while they're hot!

Jan 17, 2012

Christian lamen

We cannot exclude the christian element from the classical grimoires. That is because the fathers of the grimoires did not practice some old pagan religion, but Christianity, and that is not a bad thing. Being a Christian by birth and a mage by choice, I do not have a problem with them coexisting. 
This is a piece I felt inspired to do. Hope you like it.