Design

“Greeks said it first” poster / Athena

Poster of Athena, goddess of wisdom.

Dimensions: 60*90 cm.

10.00

“Greeks said it first” poster / Dionysus

Poster of Dionysus, god of wine.

Dimensions: 60*90 cm.

10.00

“Greeks said it first” poster / Hades

Poster of Hades, king of the underworld.

Dimensions: 60*90 cm.

10.00

“Greeks said it first” poster / Hermes

Poster of Hermes, messenger of the Olympian gods.

Dimensions: 60*90 cm.

10.00

“Greeks said it first” poster / Ulysses

Poster of Ulysses, inventor of the Trojan horse.

Dimensions: 60*90 cm.

10.00

“Greeks said it first” poster / Zeus

Poster of Zeus, king of the Olympian gods.

Dimensions: 60*90 cm.

10.00

Amilla Playing cards

A deck of 54 playing cards.
No reading required to play.
Ages 3+
2+ players
54 cards

12.50

Anemos Speed Game

An epic battle of speed, observation and composure.
No reading required to play
Ages 8+
2+ players
90 pieces

36.00

Athlos Trumps Game

A game of comparison and critical thinking.
No reading required to play.
Ages 3+
2+ players
28 pieces

9.50

Divine Love dinner set_DL1 / Zeus + Ganymedes

Divine love dinner plates combine two inextricably intertwined subjects; food and love – love goes through your stomach according to a Greek proverb. The three plate sets depict three mythical love affairs of Zeus: In the form of an eagle, Zeus encounters Ganymedes, in the form of a swan he seduces Leda, in the form of a white bull he abducts Europe.

42.00

Divine Love dinner set_DL2 / Zeus + Leda

Divine love dinner plates combine two inextricably intertwined subjects; food and love – love goes through your stomach according to a Greek proverb. The three plate sets depict three mythical love affairs of Zeus: In the form of an eagle, Zeus encounters Ganymedes, in the form of a swan he seduces Leda, in the form of a white bull he abducts Europe.

42.00

Divine Love dinner set_DL3 / Zeus + Europe

Divine love dinner plates combine two inextricably intertwined subjects; food and love – love goes through your stomach according to a Greek proverb. The three plate sets depict three mythical love affairs of Zeus: In the form of an eagle, Zeus encounters Ganymedes, in the form of a swan he seduces Leda, in the form of a white bull he abducts Europe.

42.00