The impact of the asteroid Apophis, which could hit Earth in 2029, would be equivalent to an explosion of one million tons of TNT, according to NASA. However, the latest reports seem to indicate that Apophis will only be flying by, although very close to our planet. "...phew".
This asteroid was therefore rightly named, since it refers to an ancient Egyptian god who is the very embodiment of dissolution, darkness and chaos. The feathers symbolise the decaying of humanity, since black birds and crows were already harbingers of mischief and death in the Middle Ages.
Laura H. Rubin is a published & award-winning digital artist with a predilection for simple aesthetics.
She wrote multiple drawing study books and fascinates the art scene with her emotional portrait drawings, which encourage a new perspective on digital portraits.
Clients include: Ubisoft, Square Enix / Crystal Dynamics, Think Jam, Simon & Schuster ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.