Sketching up the challenge of seeing nature, before it pass you by on a truck
Talking about climate change is so much easier than changing ones own life and habits
Drawing: The banjo player in the little wood cabin outside the office highrise
When nature is gone, corridors can connect the last standing islands for a better future
Drawing: Traffic feeding on its own logic, squeezing life out of city centers
Drawing about what tend to happen when big business want to feed the fast growing cities
Doctors discussing a new way between sterile and green environments
You can test for stress, for success and for results but not for all the things that are lost by testing.
Walking past yet another highway poster asking me to buy more…
Green Education seen as a different kind of learning and creating
Nothing quite like wandering around in huge bushes of Rhododendrons while thinking
Facing the challenges of saving nature and understanding it… along with the pharmaceutical industry
Drawing of a city with green grass arrows on the sidewalk, that lead out to nature
Drawing of how an an “architecture tree” for a community might look
Wondering about how the legendary swamp creatures might have looked
Tree sketch from a hike through a coastal forest today, and the finished color illustration
Wild Harvest, growing communities or clearcutting. The choice is (often) yours down at the local supermarket
Thoughts on the difference between making defence walls or making sheltered gardens for growth
We are running out of oil, so how will that change our culture?
Drawing of the development from roaming in nature to living in the urban sprawl
illustration about how journalists and activists see things from different sides
Sketching up strategies between the safe road forward and jumping of in unknown directions
Drawing, wondering about the dynamics in the Public Domain, threatened species and our shared ressources
Illustration about looking at the same problem from different perspectives
metaphor illustrated about when we in a society lives from cutting each others hair… Drawing by Frits
Drawing of a cosy house up in the trees, where one could spend the autumn reading a good book
Sometimes our worlds look very different at low tide, Free illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt about individualism, isolation, reality and our understanding of it.
A collection of +50 of my illustrations about Copyright, Public Domain, Creative Commons and the open internet. A small free contribution to the debate.