The Niedersächsischen Landesforsten, for whose »Waldstück« magazine I’ve drawn several identification sheets, decided to publish not only our first four posters with tree leaves, animal tracks, bird flights and tree silhouettes for usage in their forest centers, but our two new posters with forest animals and forester tools will also be used for forest education! Christian Talla, who edits the posters so lovingly, brought them to Din A2 format.
The poster from March 2019 shows 15 forester tools such as axe, felling, coloured tape, string trimmer, billhook, hollow spade, wedge, cruising rod, combination wrench, measuring tape, chainsaw, roundfile, woodsplitting hammer, spray can and tablet PC, and the poster from December 2018 shows 16 forest animals such as red fox, badger, stone marten, fish otter, raccoon, raccoon dog, fallow deer, roe deer, red deer, squirrel, dormouse, wood mouse, rabbit, hare, hedgehog and wild boar. I drew them in shades of grey, so their details become easier to compare. In the posters, the illustrations are accompanied by interesting information and pictures.
Many thanks to Christian Talla, who edits these posters so lovingly, and to Philipp Verpoorten of Niedersächsischen Landesforsten, for this wonderful and uncomplicated cooperation!
Unfortunately, these posters do not exist for your own four walls, but my simplified retro versions of this and several other posters are now available at the Posterlounge!
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