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T his cover design highlights the wildlife and seasonal influence of Dublin, bringing forward these characters in urban space against a background of wintry environs. This piece aims to remind us of the non-human elements around us and the impact we make on the environment and animal life. Visually, the reduced palette of winter – sparse, pale, a strong contrast between bright and dark – is used to portray a quieter and more introspective time of year as well.

I am a graphic designer, illustrator, and multidisciplinary artist based in Dublin, originally from San Francisco. My artwork explores enmeshed narratives of folklore, science fiction, fantasy, and the natural world. I currently work both in-house and freelance across multiple local design and marketing teams. To contact me or to view my portfolio, please visit claradudley.com or follow me on Instagram @clara_voyant_.

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