Nevermore
Nevermore

This image depicts a Raven against the vibrant dawn or dusk. The text used within this image is from the poem: The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe and is the first image of a soon to be developed literature series.

Lords of the Isles (Triath nan Eilean)
Lords of the Isles (Triath nan Eilean)

Lords of the Isles, a selection of Scottish seals, is created from the names of the Scottish Islands. This is a new edition to The Iconic Scotland Series which is a collection of work made from the names of well known (and lesser known) Forests, Munros, Glens, Rivers and Lochs of Scotland. Each artwork uses typography to create a familiar Scottish animal in its habitat.

Flowers of Scotland
Flowers of Scotland

Flowers of Scotland is created from well-known and lesser known Scottish wild flora. It depicts a traditional Scottish thistle in a classic Scottish landscape.

Red Berry
Red Berry

The words in 'The Red Berry' artwork come from "The Holly and the Ivy" a traditional British folk Christmas carol. The lyrics are from Sharp's English Folk-Carols (1911).

Two Turtle Doves
Two Turtle Doves

The artwork 'Two Turtle Doves' is made from "The Twelve Days of Christmas" a traditional British carol with lyrics from Frederic Austin's 1909 version.

Nature's Peace
Nature's Peace

'Nature's Peace' illustrates a wonderful, elegant and playful animal; 'The Brown Hare'. This artwork pays tribute to this beautiful animal and the wild place it lives and is comprised of text quotations by one of Scotland's best exports and protector of wild spaces the legendary and wonderful John Muir. In an age of technology, screens and disconnect from the natural world, his wise words seem as relevant today as they ever did back then.

All Nature's Wildness
All Nature's Wildness

'All Nature's Wildness' illustrates one of Scotland's most wild, illusive and mystical animals; 'The Scottish Wild Cat'. This artwork pays tribute to this beautiful animal and the wild place it lives and is comprised of text quotations by one of Scotland's best exports and protector of wild spaces the legendary and wonderful John Muir. In an age of technology, screens and disconnect from the natural world, his wise words seem as relevant today as they ever did back then.

Spend a Week in the Woods
Spend a Week in the Woods

'Spend a Week in the Woods' illustrates one of Scotland's most elusive, shy and acrobatic animals; 'The Pine Marten'. This artwork pays tribute to this beautiful animal and the wild place it lives and is comprised of text quotations by one of Scotland's best exports and protector of wild spaces the legendary and wonderful John Muir. In an age of technology, screens and disconnect from the natural world, his wise words seem as relevant today as they ever did back then.

Learn Nature's Story
Learn Nature's Story

'Learn Nature's Story' illustrates one of Scotland's most comical, quirky and loveable shorebirds; 'The Osytercatcher'. This artwork pays tribute to this beautiful animal and the wild place it lives and is comprised of text quotations by one of Scotland's best exports and protector of wild spaces the legendary and wonderful John Muir. In an age of technology, screens and disconnect from the natural world, his wise words seem as relevant today as they ever did back then.

Hill's and Sky
Hill's and Sky

'Hill's and Sky' illustrates one of Scotland's largest, wild and regal birds of prey; 'The Sea Eagle'. This artwork pays tribute to this beautiful animal and the wild place it lives and is comprised of text quotations by one of Scotland's best exports and protector of wild spaces the legendary and wonderful John Muir. In an age of technology, screens and disconnect from the natural world, his wise words seem as relevant today as they ever did back then.

Iconic Scotland - Monarch of Glens
Iconic Scotland - Monarch of Glens

The ‘Iconic Scotland Series’ is a collection of work made from the names of well known (and lesser known) Forests, Munros, Glens, Rivers and Lochs of Scotland. ‘Monarch of the Glens’ is created from the Glens around Scotland and illustrates the regal stags that can be found amongst them.

Iconic Scotland - Forest Dweller
Iconic Scotland - Forest Dweller

The ‘Iconic Scotland Series’ is a collection of work made from the names of well known (and lesser known) Forests, Munros, Glens, Rivers and Lochs of Scotland. ‘Forest Dweller’ illustrates the native Red Squirrel amongst one of Scotland’s many forests that can be recognised within the typography.

Iconic Scotland - Hunter on the Loch
Iconic Scotland - Hunter on the Loch

The ‘Iconic Scotland Series’ is a collection of work made from the names of well known (and lesser known) Forests, Munros, Glens, Rivers and Lochs of Scotland. ‘Hunter on the Loch’ is formed using names of the beautiful Scottish lochs to create a unique scene of an Osprey hunting its prey.

Iconic Scotland - River Runners
Iconic Scotland - River Runners

The ‘Iconic Scotland Series’ is a collection of work made from the names of well known (and lesser known) Forests, Munros, Glens, Rivers and Lochs of Scotland. ‘River Runners’ depicts the upstream challenge faced by migratory salmon during the annual salmon run. Various recognisable rivers and viewing points from around Scotland can be identified within the text.

Iconic Scotland - Woolly Munros
Iconic Scotland - Woolly Munros

The ‘Iconic Scotland Series’ is a collection of work made from the names of well known (and lesser known) Forests, Munros, Glens, Rivers and Lochs of Scotland. ‘Woolly Munros’ is created from the well known and less known Scottish Munros. It depicts a typical black headed sheep that can often be spotted amongst the mountains.

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