Friends of Cumbrian Cthulhu: Eolith Designs


 Eolith Designs' sculptures take their inspiration from the dawn and dusk of civilisations; from real and imagined histories, and the world of myth and legend. Bringing together things that were, things that could have been, and things that may be.

 Each Sculpture is a unique work of art created by the artist.  The processes involved in casting and finishing ensure that no two will ever be identical. Each design is also strictly limited and each sculpture comes with it's own certificate of authenticity, signed and numbered by the artist. The collection will change and grow as new designs emerge and others are lost to history.

Check out the descriptions and links below to see the fantastic images on the Eolith Designs website!

“If I say that my somewhat extravagant imagination yielded simultaneous pictures of an octopus, a dragon, and a human caricature, I shall not be unfaithful to the spirit of the thing.”
H.P. Lovecraft – The Call of Cthulhu

Egyptian Cthulhu is approximately 8½ inches (21cm) tall and weighs approximately 600g.

 Egyptian Cthulhu

Following the collapse of the Hittite Empire around 1180 BC strange new religions emerged amongst The People of a Thousand Gods. 
Kutullu appears to have been worshipped as an aspect of Illuyankas the great sea dragon. Few inscriptions remain and little is known of his cult. This statue hastily buried by priests before his temple fell to invaders is the only known image of the deity.

Hittite Cthulhu is approximately 9 inches (22.5cm) tall, including his base, and weighs approximately 330g.

Syro-Hittite Cthulhu 


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