Back then, people referred to a group of ravens as “conspiracy” and “unkindness.” “Flock” has replaced the outdated terms. Perhaps, their steely gaze and the color of their coat is a reason why people associate the raven with unfortunate events and mishaps. Just like the black cat, if you see a raven, nothing good can come out of it.
Due to these superstitions, we have introduced our Raven Pillows, depicting the birds perched on a tree branch, landing on the ground, or eclipsing a large yellow moon with its body at night. The jet-black coat of the raven and the intricate detailing on its wings highlight the true beauty of the animal, which people often overlook. We also have a close-up of the raven’s face, depicting its beady eyes and pointed beak.
The raven’s reputation as a frightening bird can be seen in the image, depicting a flock of birds, flying high amongst the dark and cloudy sky, with light streaming down from a crack between the clouds. The raven pictured in the graveyard on a spooky night shows the bird, looking less than welcoming. For an angry raven, you should check out the bird, cawing loudly, from atop of a branch on a white background.
People who have chosen the crow as their club’s logo can consider getting the animated raven, enclosed in a red circle with a blue border. The raven landing on the ground features the bird with its wings spread wide and its claws in position to land.