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Artwork for sale by Kyle Fite

Artwork for sale by Kyle Fite, over at Starfire Publishing, may be of interest. There’s quite a few pieces of art available, with esoteric and occult themes, and a gallery of previously sold artwork to gander through as well.

Kyle Fite artwork La Sirene
La Sirene — “The Mermother and Maiden of the Deep as Maga of Oceanic Gnosis”


Kyle Fite artwork The Emperor
The Emperor (Tzaddi is not the Star) — “An interpretation of the Tarot Card of the same name.”


Kyle Fite artwork The Master Beyond Time
Master Beyond Time — “A Vision and Icon of the Cosmic Christ.”

Arcanum Bestiarum: Of the Subtil and Occult Virtues of Divers Beasts

Three Hands Press just announced Robert Fitzgerald’s Arcanum Bestiarum is available for pre-order.

“Robert Fitzgerald’s long-awaited new work Arcanum Bestiarum has just been announced for pre-order. Written in the tradition of the medieval bestiaries, but re-imagined for the modern magical practitioner, the 272-page volume examines the occult virtues and totemic majesties of fifty animals. Correspondences with deific powers, atavistic wisdom, and mythopoetic emanation are examined, especially in light of the sapient powers of tutelage all animals possess. Special attention is given to the zoomorphic aspects of alchemy, which historically used the bestial emblemata as veils of the stages of the Great Work, as well as shamanism and witchcraft, bodies of knowledge which are particularly rich in the lore of animals as spirit-helpers. The text is graced with over fifty original woodcut illustrations by Liv Rainey-Smith, prepared especially for this title in close collaboration with the author. Original woodblock prints from this book will be available this year at the Esoteric Book Conference in Seattle, in conjunction with the book’s publication.” [via]

Emblems: Book of Transformation

You may be interested in the work of Travis Lawrence over at Infinity Prints, where you can gander at his prints and shirts and more. He’s got a gallery show June 1st, 2012 at SOHA Studio & Gallery in Saint Louis, MO you could check out.


“Influenced by the subtle use of symbol, Travis Lawrence uses the art of printmaking to convey subconscious imagery through the form of multiples. Pulling inspiration from Jungian psychology and mythology, Travis presents iconic visuals shrouded in simplistic mystery.

The current body of woodcuts has taken its influence from medieval illuminated illustrations and alchemical manuscripts. Using the notion of emblems as a collective use of symbols, each iconic figure presents a still narrative where every detail is a metaphorical metamorphosis of the visual. Travis Lawrence currently resides in Saint Louis Missouri as a Press Assistant out of Evil Prints where he also crafts his own moniker known as Infinity Prints.”


Heavy Metal of High Art from Joel Anderson on Vimeo.