To celebrate the legend of both the werewolf and the tools of their slayers...
This image depicts both the wolfsbane dipped arrows, the axes and the silver bullet.
The Greek name lycoctonum, which translates literally to "wolf's bane", is thought to indicate the use of its juice to poison arrows or baits used to kill wolves.
An interesting note, is that across Europe in the middle ages, more people were burned at the stake for being werewolves than for being witches!
"Even a man who is pure in heart
and says his prayers by night
may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms
and the autumn moon is bright." - (The Wolfman 1941)
This print is signed in silver ink.
Measuring 12" x 17" approx.
All prints are shipped in batches on a monthly basis and delivered in a reinforced black tube.