The Baphomet Palette: ELECTRIFIED
$40.00 was $50.00
This product is currently sold out.
(The Baphomet Palette is the final launch we are making ourselves. The empty palettes that we received from the manufacturer were not up to our specifications, and our attempts to solve the issue with vinyl labeling did not work under extreme humidity. We’ve been sending out replacements and refunds as you’ve asked and we will continue to do so. The newest batch of palettes feature a new design for greater durability. We sent out email updates at the end of August to customers who purchased this palette before the reformulation offering them the option of a black palette, a painted pink palette or one of the few remaining original palette style we had.)
This is the first in a series of BAPHOMET-inspired palettes, each of which will feature not only a different theme, but history pertaining to the imagery. The Theme of this palette is AWAKENING & ENLIGHTENMENT because, as with many things called "Satanic", the origin and meaning are not at all what popular culture would have one believe. We believe in learning from history, and using that to go forward and bettering ourselves as people.
"The image of Baphomet has graced everything from heavy metal albums to religious propaganda, and tends to be used as a symbol of evil. Yet Baphomet is a far, far more complex symbol. You’ve probably seen the image of Baphomet used as a stand-in for Satan, whether that’s by would-be Satanists or paranoid Christians. What you might not have learned, however, is how Baphomet has nothing to do with evil or Satanism as it is commonly understood, and actually has a much more profound history. Here, we reveal the full history of the icon. -Via Ultraculture"
*10% of the proceeds will be donated to Portland TST because they do all sorts of work to help with women's rights, access to STEM education for kids and other noble causes that we believe in supporting like LGBTQ advocacy.
Logan Boese wearing tribal-esque skull face paint using our Belladonna's Cupboard BAPHOMET: Electrified palette. Some parts were painted wet and some dry. The other videos are wet swatches using the UV green. All three of those swatches were drawn after one swipe on the pigment with a wet brush. No double dipping and still so much color!