The world is ours for the taking, poster
Unique illustration by Alice D of Creature Comforters® hometown and where Dr Bach lived - Cromer in England.
Poster, A3 size (42 x 29.7cm)
Printed on 175gsm poster paper.
1 poster sent rolled up in a small postal tube or 1 poster in a black frame
Note, prints are usually quite a bit darker than portrayed on a screen.
What's going on in this picture...
It's inspired by the emergence from our lockdown in the UK, the opening up of our hearts, minds and ... pubs! (The FREE in Free House, being the operative word).
The two characters at the front (child with dad) are in black and white and are contemplating stepping back into the world of colour.
But there's trepidation. Is dad encouraging child to 'go for it' or is it the other way around?
And look at what they're stepping into - stormy skies... but, don't worry, the sun is peeking through, and there's light at the end of each road. Which road to take?
Or perhaps they're going to go to the shop which displays an inviting, long awaited 'open' sign... perhaps the child is going to buy the teddy she's been wanting all over lockdown. Her scarf is the same colour as Teddy's bow after all.
On the side of the big blue building are the words 'The World Is Ours For The Taking', the title of this picture. In the window on the 2nd floor is an older man looking up to the sky... is he afraid to step back out into the world, or is he just checking the weather? (From his vantage point he can't see the writing on the wall.)
Alice D ©