Homo Homini Lupus
MediumThe wolf means belonging to it. Robert Graves would have called it the banner of a clan. The Roman Knight’s parade mask. Between the eyes, the wolf, as it had been engraved on an Anatolian rock in pre-Hittite times. The Oak Forest on top recalls the wilderness, outcasts were forced in woods. Symbol of supreme freedom and absolute risk. A chance of enlightenment. The Master of the Forest (der Oberförster) from Ernst Jünger’s "On the Marble Cliffs". All these emblems as a door, not on it. The door by itself.
TitleHomo Homini Lupus