Greco-Latin Mythologies and Legends
From 2020 to 2022, I produced a collection of dreamlike stories, in the style of Dada and surrealist poets. Each was associated with a mythological or legendary character, which I then illustrated.
- Alcé, Greek spirit of prowess and courage.
- Amphitrite is, in Greek mythology, a deity of the sea, mistress of sea monsters.
- Arete, Greek spirit of merit and virtue.
- Argus is a hundred-eyed giant in Greek mythology.
- Artemis is, in ancient Greek religion, the goddess of wilderness, hunting and childbirth.
- Chronos is the Greek personification of time.
- Dies, Roman deification of the day.
- Eros is the primordial deity of love and creative power in Greek mythology.
- Eurus is the Greek personification of the East Wind.
- Furrina is the goddess of groundwater and the patroness of the digging of wells.
- Hecate is the Greek goddess of the new moon, mysteries, shadows and the dead, magic.
- Hestia is the Greek goddess of sacred fire and hearth.
- Hypnos is the Greek god of sleep.
- Janus is the Roman god of beginnings and endings, choices, passage and doors.
- Kairos, Greek god of opportunity, to be caught when it passes.
- Nox is the primordial deity personifying Night.
- Persephone is the Greek goddess of the underworld, she is also associated with the return of vegetation during spring.
- Vesta is the goddess of the hearth of the Roman people, who maintains the sacred fire.