More light-hearted Viking themes and designs.

Gat Mjöð?
Milk's no drink for a Viking! These designs ask in Old Norse if you have mead, drink of the gods!

Have You driven a FJORD... Lately?
A humorous twist on an old pun, featuring longships with sails in the colors of the Scandinavian flags.

Lutefisk Themes
While lutefisk did not make its appearance until long after the close of the Viking Age, it is still a food many people of Scandinavian heritage have come to know and, er... love.

 
Got Plunder?
The Vikings often broke off or cut up pieces of silver to use as currency by weight, termed hacksilver, and could include almost anything from Arab coins to arm rings and brooches.

Dala Llama
The Dalahäst or Dalecarlian Horse is a well-known and beloved type of Swedish folk-art, featuring wooden horses with traditional designs, and sometimes other animals as well. The Dalahäst has in many ways become a symbol of Sweden. Occasionally craftsmen in the area make other small wooden animals in a similar style, including roosters and pigs, so why not a llama?

 


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