About the creator
My name is Peter Mohrbacher. I was working in the gaming industry before I took on this project full time. My passion lies at the intersection between creating paintings and owning my own work.
It was the names that got me inspired.
Back in 2005, I discovered that there were thousands of named angels throughout multiple mythologies. I've been hooked ever since and Angelarium has been a part of my life every single day. Even when I'm not paying attention to it, it's gone out on the internet and had a life of its own. The name of the project has come to define the idea of surreal angelic figures and the fan base around it has inspired me to continue to create new designs for it.
Eli Minaya - Eli has helped create the designs for most of the Emanations and created most of the writing that accompanies them. He's been the driving force behind much of the Tree of Life work.
James Pianka - James is a contributing writer who has written alternate pieces of poetry for all twelve of the original angels.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I'm trying to make an order but I'm getting an error message. What happened? Have I been charged?
A: Your card will only be charged if your order has completed successfully. This error is very common and almost exclusively due to an incorrect BILLING ADDRESS. If your card is associated with your business or your old house, it's probably different than your shipping address.
Q: Will you be illustrating Michael, The Qliphoth, Metatron, etc?
A: Maybe. There are plans to illustrate many of the most prominent figures in angelic lore, but I am taking every piece as it comes. Please be patient waiting for your favorite.
Q: Half of my order shipped/arrived, but there is stuff missing. What happened?
A: Our books and book bundles ship from a warehouse while the prints, playmats and cards ship from the studio. Some orders that include a mix of items get split and shipped from separate locations. Don't worry, we're covering the additional shipping costs and it's likely nothing is missing.
Q: My tracking information isn't updating. Where is my package?
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