On glass: reverse painted and gilded celtic character from the Book of Kells - by Dan Seese

Traditional signage, decorative glass, effects of technology on the design industry

View the Book of Kells online in it's entirety. I saw this book on my trip to Ireland and it was one of the highlights of my trip. I practically ran through the room to catch my first glimpse. It is stunning.

Book of Kells Now Free to View Online

Book of Kells: Folio contains the symbols of the Four Evangelists (Clockwise from top left): a man (Matthew), a lion (Mark), an eagle (John) and an ox (Luke)

Book of Kells - if you look closer at this you can see which of the Tain Silver products have been inspired by this design

page in book of kells

A page from the Book of Kells; an illuminated manuscript, created by Celtic monks around the year

Bird from the Book of Kells. This looks like it could be a goose. The wild goose was the Celtic Christian symbol for the Holy Spirit.

Bird from the Book of Kells. This looks like it could be a goose. The wild goose was the Celtic Christian symbol for the Holy Spirit. One could take this pose, put a peacock crest on it, and make the tail feathers long peacock feathers for a pretty image.

Book of Kells: which contains a Latin text of the four gospels copied and decorated by Irish monks around the year 800 AD.

Folio from the Lindisfarne Gospels contains the incipit Liber generationis of the Gospel of Matthew. List of Hiberno-Saxon illuminated manuscripts - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Book of Kells - #31daysofmedievalmanuscripts #write31days

The Book of Kells – Day One of Medieval Manuscripts

The Book of Kells, Chi Ro monogram, c. 800

Turning Darkness Into Light: Truth and Magic in the Story of a Book

Chi-Rho from The Book of Kells, an illuminated manuscript Gospel book in Latin, containing the four Gospels of the New Testament, together with various prefatory texts and tables. It was created by Celtic monks ca.

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