What I love about the Celtic style is that it conveys a sense of mystery. Like the artwork depicts something ancient and lost to time and history. That's why I think the Krampus is a perfect character to be portrayed in a Celtic style. The history of Krampus, as with most folklore, is shrouded in a past that isn't totally clear, and yet, it's presence continues to be known into contemporary times. This version, to me, looks kind of like a Tarot card. It's more simplistic and two-dimensional, but it's meaning implies centuries of history and hidden meaning.
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This design was inspired by Lydia in Beetlejuice and the fantastic TV series stranger things both of which have Winona Rider in. "Well, I've read through that handbook for the recently deceased. It says: 'live people ignore the strange and unusual'. I myself am strange and unusual."
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