I'm a freelance illustrator with a fierce (and frankly, dangerous) imagination. This blog is where I quarantine my creations long enough to deem them safe to move on to my website.
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Monday, 27 August 2012
Tuesday, 14 August 2012
I always find it fascinating watching the landscape change, and Sweden was no exception. The southern part seemed to consist of hundreds of miles farm land with colossal white wind turbines contrasting with the slate blue sky. Along with the iconic red farms dotting the golden cornfields it created some striking scenery.
I've never really understood peoples hostility towards these structures as I think they can look quite majestic, and the scenery that inspired this image only compounded that belief.
At the very least they're certainly more appealing than the alternative.