Sam Chivers worked with The Guardian to produce a stunning series of animated illustrations to accompany the article ‘What will the airport of the future look like?'
Sam’s work naturally veers towards that blurry point between science and nature, and so it is no surprise that Sam was the perfect artist to visualise the subjects of the article - transport, alternative energy, biodiversity and innovation.
Sam beautifully animated each illustration and you can see them action here along with the article on The Guardians website.
Follow the link for Sam’s full portfolio and profile.
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