This artwork has been granted The World of Art Award 2006.
The World of Art Award (WAA) is granted to artists, galleries and museums that are pursuing "best practices" in art and culture.
This competition seeks to attract artists, galleries, museums who are redefining standards
of art excellence challenging existing trends and tendencies in art and culture.
Inspired by the large Jelling stone (in the city Jelling in Denmark) set up by the king Harold Bluetooth (d. 987). The stone is decorated with an image of Christ, and the runic inscription announces that it was Harold who united Denmark into one realm and made the Danes Christians.