Digital Artist Shows How Climate Change is Affecting Our World – Design You Trust

Digital Artist Shows How Climate Change is Affecting Our World

3 Geese at Low Tide 2020. See if you can find all 3 geese in the low tide area of the piece.

Creative director and digital artist Randy Richards is best known for his time-traveling images, where the viewer can see scenes captured between seasons. According to the artist, his style was born from paintings created between 1996 to 2002 when he began doing side-by-side collages, which later evolved into 3D cubes.

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Artist is donating these images free for use to anyone who needs to communicate about global warming and the environmental crisis:

Melting Alaskan Glaciers Series – Beautiful but scary how they changed over time!




“My name is Randy Richards and I created this series of digital iceberg images in my digital art style for the sole purpose of helping educate and communicate about the world’s big climate change problems so that more might take action before it’s too late.

According to NASA Research, 97% of scientists agree that greenhouse gases, both natural and created by humans are the main cause for climate change and global warming.

Greenhouse gases cause; melting ice caps resulting in rising sea levels & flooding, global warming, droughts, wild fires, super hurricanes and much more…

NASA reports that temperatures have risen 1.7 degrees Fahrenheit which is linked directly to 13.3% of arctic ice reduction per decade. That is why I started with this series of icebergs that have disappeared over this past century.
I am allowing anyone with a need to communicate about the environment, the rights to use any of this Iceberg series of images at no cost. This idea seemed like the perfect use on my art style – to try and help the world,” he wrote.

2 Sunsets

2 Winter Days on Palmer Cove 2020

2 Winter Days 2020

2 Winter Days 2020

Autumn Fog Winter Sunset 2020

Winter Cove Storm Coming 2 2020

Snowy Autumn Foggy Spring 202

Cove Sunset and Dusk. Spring and Winter Cove 2019

2 Winter Days 2019

Foggy Sunset Cove 2016

Spring and Winter Cove 2019

2 Sunsets 2. A different second image used in this one. Palmer@Cove, Noank, CT

2 Sunsets, 2020. Palmer Cove, Noank Ct, USA. My Back Yard

2 Winter Days 2020

Winter Cove – Mid-day and Sunset

Fall and Winter Cove

Low and High Tide, 2015

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