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Found 727 Illustrations
This map was made for a course at MCAD called "Illustration Topics."I chose to illustrate the state of Arizona for my location. I was most drawn to the warm yellows, pinks and reds of the desert landscape - something I'm missing especially lately, now that winter weather's settling in!
I moved to the seaside town of Eastbourne 6 years ago and it's a town where there's something for everyone of any age. For me, I fell in love with the independent cafes there and they each have their own unique theme and vibe.
During the second UK Lockdown, I am quarantining in Hove, a place I've got to know fairly well over the past few years. Locals refer to the town as "Hove, actually" because Brighton&Hove is the official name for the city (Brighton) and "Hove actually" differentiates itself as a town by the city of Brighton.
"Our Milky Way galaxy gleams with more than 100 billion stars, and millions of those are likely to possess planetary systems of their own." (National Geographic)
This is a map of the sizes of planets, the distances between them, the possibilities in their vast numbers, and my amazement at these things.
The text is intentionally faint (as though written by starlight!) to reflect how little we still know, and how much we still need to learn in order to get our species up and out into the stars.
What would you do if you discovered a map about an interstellar chase? What if the scribbles along the top of the map describe the chase between two alien species? With eyes cast toward the heavens, you ask yourself, are we alone? How primitive are we? Where's the "Rosetta Stone" of this alien language? And did these species drink Tang and eat freeze dried ice cream?