|Dimensions||40 x 30 x 0.1 cm|
A5 21x15cm, A3 42×30 cm, A1 84×60 cm
WADDEN SEA, DENMARK
The “Wadden Sea“ describes a unique landscape in the Southern-most part of Denmark. In the most recent ice age 12.000 years ago, all of Denmark was covered by glaciers except for the South-Western part of Jutand. As the glaciers melted, the water fled towards the sea, thus first depositing bigger rocks, then sand and gravel and finally clay. The area is a part of UNESCO Worl Heritage and many birds species, fishes, plants and molluscs live here. The area is flooded by tides twice a day, the tide wave measuring 2.5 metres at spring tide.
ABOUT THE PROJECT:
“Geosperical Landscapes” is a landscape project by Wild Things where planet Earth is viewed through the eyes of a satellite. The images show the impact human kind has on the landscapes surrounding us as well as the impact landscapes have on us. The landscapes also serve as a time capsule of how the ever-changing landscape and human structures looked at this time in history.
A5 : Paper: 300 gr offwhite. Title and short description at the back of the card. The landscape is packed in a cellofan sleeve.
A3 : Paper: 300 gr offwhite. Title and short description in front of the print, as seen at the photograph. The landscape is packed in a cellofan sleeve with a geological description included.
A1: Paper: 300 gr offwhite. Title and short description in front of the poster. The landscape is rolled in a cardboard tube with a geological description included.