This print comes as pictured, mounted in a 10 x 12 inch mount ready for framing. Delivery in Ireland including Northern Ireland is free and is €2 to the rest of the world.
The print features the word Vilomah in English, Sanskrit and the beautiful, ancient written Celtic language Ogham. Not only is it visually gorgeous, but translating the word Vilomah into the ancient languages feels like reaching back through time to embrace the parents of the past who had no shared word for their grief and experience.
The word Vilomah is Sanskrit for "reverse order" or "against the natural order". Professor Karla Holloway is the first person to use the word to describe a bereaved parent. She looked to Sanskrit, the ancient language that gave us the word "widow" to find a word to describe a parent who had lost their child. You can read our perspective on the importance of having the language to define ourselves and our experiences in our blog post.
The Vilomah print is available on its own and with the option to add a card of your choice for €2. Please let us know in the comment box at the checkout which card you would like.
The Vilomah print is currently available in Cream or Sand. If you would like to order in a custom colour please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This print comes mounted and ready to display and delivery within Ireland in free.