Part II Of the Latest Spring '10 Campaigns (With Superlatives!)
This is an idea for how I could present my images. I really like the distorted effect made from screwing up the paper. This could be a way to symbolise disfigurement, how smoking can change our bodies in a dramatic way. Also plays on the idea of vanity and how if the effects of smoking were on our face, we may think twice before doing it. I was thinking of having this as a possible element within my book to support and emphasise my message.
Eddard Stark by John Picacio. "Catelyn had never liked this godswood....This was a place of deep silence and brooding shadows, and the gods who lived here had no names. But she knew she would find her husband here tonight. Whenever he took a man’s life, afterward he would seek the quiet of the godswood."