Fifth Devil’s Gate Engraving – Book of Shadows

I decided that this big project of the Nine Gates of the Devil’s curated engravings from Novem Portis should belong in the Dark Shadows Collection to differentiate it from my general Dark Votum Designs in the blog. That’s why the new revised blog title.

So, let’s continue. The fifth engraving brings the Latin coded words, FR.ST.A., which means FRUSTRA. In English, the translation is IN VAIN.

The description of the engraving is about greediness and money. A miser, or a merchant, counts his gold pieces. Behind him, Death holds an hourglass in one hand and a farmer’s fork on the other. Why a fork and not a scythe? Because Death blinds and the Devil collects.

The high-resolution print is in this section so you can order it in apparel of several background colors and size selection.

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