Machair is a Gaelic word for a unique and delicate ecosystem that you can find on the sandy plains and dunes on the west of Scotland, particularly on the Outer Hebrides. In these remote and quiet places huge swathes of wildflowers grow from the sandy coastal ground.
'Machair' is by Scottish artist David Fleck, with an architectural background, telling playful and imaginative stories through intricate illustrations.
“Every illustration is a playground of discovery, a world of stories waiting to be uncovered and shared”
Based in Glasgow, David's main source of inspiration centres around Scottish landscapes as well as more fantastic and imaginary places.
A4 size, 210 x 297 mm (8.3 x 11.7 in) on Seawhite Acid-Free Watercolour Paper. This is a signed, fine art print with a 25mm white border for framing.
Prints come packaged flat on board and either wrapped in cellophane or rolled in a tube.