Here we are, at halfway through the 40 days of the crowdfunding campaign. We’ve already reached our target and, though we’d love to get more funding for all sorts of projects such as MoreFood, we’re also happy to share some of the love and media focus with those who’ve helped us make it this far. Today, it’s the turn of Rob Mason, whose beautiful artwork has featured on images throughout the campaign so far, and on the flyers we had printed and are still circulating…
Rob’s beautiful black-and-white image is part of a longer picture of Moretonhampstead that he kindly let us crop to focus on Steward Wood!
We’re over there on the right!
On his website, Rob writes:
Rob Mason is a self taught painter and gardener working from a green shed on a hill in Devon. He spends alot of time thinking about the history of the planet and it’s agrarian dystopian future. Most of his doodling time is dedicated to designing sustainable smallholdings and wonky recycled victorian style farm houses. He likes to work quickly and intuitively and is attracted to colourful clutter, bucolic landscapes and things that look naive, homemade or repaired.
You can see more of Rob’s work over at www.robmasonart.com
We’re so grateful to him for allowing us to use his work in our fundraising campaign!
Remember, you can watch our film and read all about our project and the current situation over here at the crowdfunder page. For more about this part of the campaign to save our community and homes, read this blog post.
Thank you for your continuing interest and support – together, we can make an amazing breakthrough for low-impact living in the UK!