I illustrated the Lithuanian legend of Jurate and Kastytis. The whole story includes 10 single pictures printed on cards (65mm x 65mm 100% recycled cotton paper, 298gsm weight, uncoated finish). The images are seamless so you can put all of them in a row to build the whole story in one picture.
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According to an ancient Lithuanian legend, Jūratė, the beautiful sea-goddess who lived in a palace built of amber at the bottom of the Baltic Sea fell in love with a fisherman named Kastytis. When the most powerful of the Lithuanian gods, Perkūnas, found it out he became very angry at Jūratė for her love of a mere mortal and killed Kastytis with his lightning bolts and shattered Jūratė's undersea palace..