Design no. 00 is our logo. It all began with it. Who likes can see the many small details in the lettering. There are hidden symbols like the wave in the A and S of LAKE-SIDERS but also the mountain as hyphen or of course the swan. For our character the mountain and the swan S of LAKE-SIDERS was mirrored. Together they form the siluette of a crab. LAKE-SIDERS stands for all who love the lake-side of life.more
Design no. 01 is the Lake King. In every Lake-Sider there is also a small Mermaid or a small Merman. Inspired by the seductive beauty of nature, this design was created. Lake-king stands for freedom and untamed passion.more
Design no. 01 is the Lake-Queen. In every Lake-Sider there is also a little Mermaid or a little Merman. Inspired by the seductive beauty of nature, this design was created. Lake-Queen is of course in no way inferior to the Lake-King, so she also represents freedom and untamed passion.more
Design no. 03 is Drákon. Drákon is the word for dragon and stood in symbolic meaning – just like all native reptiles – for overidentification and protection. For the Celts, the animal embodied the elemental power of the earth.
It was used by the druids, the Celtic spiritual leaders, as a symbol of protection.
Design no. 04 is pesked. Pesked is the Celtic word for fish and stands for our deep subconscious. They are the key to the treasure of the collective consciousness, which has been fed over the centuries. If you open it, you gain access to the sea of wisdom of all life.more
Design no. 05 is Eala. Eala is the Celtic word for swan and stood in symbolic meaning – just like the shape of the animal – for grace and purity. For the Celts, the animal also embodied the bridge between the hereafter and the earthly. It was therefore one of the most important animals of the Celts, because it represented for them the immortal soul, which was preserved in the life cycles and which was put into a new “shell” in every life. Eala was thus used by the druids, the Celtic spiritual leaders, to connect with their own souls and to open their eyes to the immortal beauty of life.
They believed that Eala could teach them to receive and forgive more love.
Design no. 06 is Tork. Tork is the Celtic word for boar and had a symbolic meaning – just like the animal’s characteristics – it also stood for untamed power and strength. For the Celts, the animal also embodied other abilities such as wisdom, knowledge and the gift of vision.
Tork was used by the druids, the Celtic spiritual leaders, to connect and to gain clarity through their power. They believed that Tork could help them to illuminate their own dark sides anew.
Viewed in a different light, they could dissolve their horror and thus overcome the shadow.
Design no. 07 is captain. Captain stands for all sailors, kitesurfers or windsurfers among us. For everyone who knows this feeling when you are on the lake and this invisible power fills your sails and drives them forward. This power is beautiful and dangerous at the same time. Because that power of the wind forms mountains.more