Power for the People


Professionally printed on 215gsm Fine Art Cotton paper using archival ink (otherwise known as a giclée print). True-to-life colours on a nice matte finish textured paper. A3 size (297mm x 420mm) borderless print reproduction of an original coloured pencil drawing on Bristol Board. Images you see online may be watermarked with a website url to…

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Power for the People. Orkney has one of the worst rates of fuel poverty and highest electricity prices in the UK despite an abundance of renewable energy. Orcadian Trows (peerie, peedie or faerie folk) stage a demonstration upon a wind turbine in protest. According to folklore Trows live in howes (cairns) and can fly through the air on simmans (heather rope) and dock leaves.




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