Two hobgoblin illustrations
On this page you can download two hobgoblin illustrations. Hobgoblins are household spirits or fairies in European folktales. The two illustrations have been found in an old book of fairy tales, which was issued at the beginning of the 20th century. They are related to the fairy tale about the hobgoblins, so we named them after these little creatures. The etimology of the term ’hobgoblin’ - HOB(BIT)=a benevolent spirit + GOBLIN=an evil spirit - indicates that a hobgoblin is a creature embodying the struggle between good and evil. On one side they can be benevolent and merry in nature, and on the other, fond of mischievous pranks and practical jokes, even frightening and dangerous. Each of our two interesting illustrations depicts one side of the creature’s ambivalent character, the benevolent and the evil hobgoblin (only their heads are depicted).
Both illustrations can be used for noncommercial purposes only. License: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported
These precisely-drawn hobgoblin illustrations can be easily downloaded in CAD (.dwg) and vector (.eps and .svg) file formats by clicking on the appropriate link below.