Helinika’s Shop | Greek-inspired Art, Books, and More

Browse Helinika’s original prints, created by Helinika’s founder Marialena Perpiraki. Some of the items are printed/crafted with the help of print on-demand services. Helinika’s art e-shop is called UraniaDesigns.

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Handmade Impressionistic Paintings | Acrylics on Canvas

Looking for original handmade acrylics on canvas paintings? You can visit Helinika’s sister shop on Etsy: PastelPaintsCo.

Greek Christmas Cards Featuring a “Karavaki”

“Karavaki” means “little boat” in Greek. Although many Greek households decorate Christmas trees during the holidays, the original Greek Christmas tradition is to decorate the family’s boat or a tiny miniature vessel. Helinika has created two designs for Christmas cards, featuting a “karavaki”. “Χρόνια πολλά” (Chronia polla), a common Greek greeting during the holidays, is written across the card. It means “may you live many years”. Order the cards and send them to your friends and family this or next year!

Minimal Line and Shape Wall Art Designs by Helinika

Helinika’s shop on Redbubble is introducing a new collection named “Minimal Shape and Line Art”. Inspired by the simplicity of the Greek aesthetic, these wall art designs will add character to your living space.

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Get Your Helinika School Emblem!

You can now find Helinika’s school emblem on RedBubble and order it as a sticker or magnet. Stick it to your fridge and/or notebooks and become a true member of Helinika’s international community.

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Greek Input #1: Greek Easter Vocabulary | Comprehensive Input

Welcome to Helinika’s Greek language input series for understanding Greek in a natural way. The input method will improve your comprehension and expand your vocabulary. It is the way babies start learning how to speak. For this reason, we will be using slow Greek audio with images only.

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