Karum Creevagh triskele symbol design

The symbol is a version of a triskele based on interlocking spirals. Variations appear throughout Europe from the neolithic to bronze age, for example at the megalithic tomb of Newgrange in Ireland built around 3200 BCE. Normally a triskele is made with interlocking Archimedean spirals (concentric), but in this case I have used as a golden spiral (logarithmic) to reference the golden ratio used in art.

For Karum-Creevagh it seemed a good symbol to reflect the Swedish and Irish collaboration of people from different disciplines in the area of art, archeology and heritage explorations.