Khamsa I GOLD ink on bamboo paper

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By My name is Hellish 

This linocut print represents a Hand of Fatma also called Khamsa or Tafust.

This symbol in the shape of a hand is used as a talisman against the evil eye and is mainly found in North Africa. This linocut was also made following the codes of old school tattooing.       

  • Signed and dated on the back.     
  • Measurments: 15.0 x 13.0 cm                                  
  • Ink: Cranfield Caligo safe wash Relief inks, oil-based, Made in Great Britain, non-toxic, cleanable without solvents. 
  • Paper: 100% bamboo paper, acid-free, 105g / m2, FSC label.
  • "Torn edges" that is to say edges torn by hand, sheet after sheet with a lot of meticulousness, by me.

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