Mythical Creatures: Unicorn (Scotland) By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2024


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The unicorn has appeared in legends and stories all over the world, but most agree the creature was first mentioned in ancient Celtic mythology. Unicorns are believed to be creatures of innocence, purity, power, and freedom. They are the national animal of Scotland, and while the unicorn tale began in Scotland, the creatures are incredibly famous across northern Europe and in other parts of the world. The mythical horned horse is white when fully grown, though the foals are said to be a golden color that turns silver before they achieve maturity. The unicorn's horn, blood, and hair all have highly magical properties, which is why the creatures are sometimes hunted by those with ill intentions. Inspired by the ancient stories of these creatures, Anderson Design Group poster artists hand-rendered a vintage-styled poster of the mysterious unicorn legend, crafted in a fashion that’s reminiscent of the golden age of poster art and vintage art. This classic monster design is available as a poster print, canvas, metal sign, mini-canvas, or as a notecard or postcard, including with multiple size options available for the prints, canvases, mini-canvases, and metal signs. To learn more about unicorns, check out the website for the National Trust for Scotland.

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