Loki is counted as an Aesir but is actually a giant, son of the frost giant Farbauti and the giantess Laufey. Loki is a strange, contradictory figure: fickle, disrespectful and, as we shall see, totally unreliable. He is also good-looking, a quick thinker, and always ready with a clever answer. These characteristics make him popular in Asgard.
Loki’s wild antics always lead the Aesir into difficult situations, but thanks to his cunning he always manages to get both himself and the gods out of a scrape. He plays his role of prankster and entertainer of the gods so well that they always forgive him – even though the escapades become more malicious over time.
The illustration is from the book Norse Gods.
The art print is in A3 format (
29,7 x 42 cm /
11.7 x 16.5") and is printed on fine art paper, Munken Pure 300 gsm. The print is signed by the artist.
Click the image to see the layout of the print, the print does not fill up the whole sheet of paper.