From modern industrial design right into historic crafts, and you'll find it all over at Audhumbla. If crafting is your game, or you're just looking to get hooked up with some viking age bling to match your silk pantaloons, Edvin will be happy to help.
A study of viking age warfare engineering (you didn't see that one coming...) Be sure you know the answer to the question we've all been asking ourselves. Did the vikings really use trebuchets?
On every reenactment event there is bound to be a kodak moment. Luckily elvegrimarne has a professional photographer - check her blog over at idunas. If you're lucky she'll let you model on her next artistic project.
Another member of elvegrimarne is the master magician Gaston himself. If you're looking for a magical show unlike any other, talking heads and dragons... then you better head over to magicians alley right away. You can't go wrong from there (unless you get lost and end up in the dark forest...)
While not technically part of elvegrimarne, we do so love to work with the guys and dwarves over at Kompani Bastard. If you're looking for a fully fledged production company in theater, film, events and museum education with its secret lair somewhere in or near Subtopia, you don't want to miss this.
It's always good to know a smith, and Tomas has been the resident smith in elvegrimarne since the dawn of time. Whatever custom built, heavy duty, historical smithing project you have in mind - he is the goto guy. Head over to TC smithing immediately.
A cooking guide for the viking in the field by Susanna Broomé. Learn how to make pork porridge and dried meat. You'll never have to reenact on an empty stomach again.
A basic how-to on crafting your own arrows by Jörgen Johansson. This is something you will be doing quite often as a reenactment archer, so don't miss out on this handy step-by-step guide.
Elvegrimarne is also hardcore fans of the medieval (rock?) band Gravrost. If you're into medieval music in 15 different languages, the biggest guy with the smallest flute, really really fast singing, and one heck of a show - Gravrost will play the best of the old and the older songs! Frontrow seats is the only way to go.
A quick study of the historical ballgame known as Knattleikir by Robert Dahlström. Baseball and rugby all rolled up into one tough game. Oh, and you can't stop playing until the beer keg is empty (no seriously, it's in the rules).
Mikael Hasteus' bachelor's degree archeology essay in viking age rainwear. Read all about what the vikings wore when the heavy storms rolled in. Speaking from personal experience these clothes still work just as well as any Goretex jacket.
Johan Thörnqvist's master thesis on the cultural relations and exchange between Scandinavians and the people of Eastern Europe in the Viking Age and the Early Middle Ages. To Russia, with love.
From our good friends over in Fenris we have another cameraman hiking along on reenactment trips. He even has a helmet mounted camera kit for up close and personal fighting shows. Check out Hampus's work over at Abacrombie.
A short study on the origin and construction of a 9th century lantern by Robert Dahlström. When a heavy storm rolls in and all other lights go out, you'll be happy you read this (no, an elven lady won't make it for you).