Carnegie club's gazette
Skibo is an ancient and glorious castle in the western part of Dornoch, Scotland. Bought in 1898 by the industrialist Andrew Carnegie he transformed it into what he rightly termed "Heaven on Earth". The story of this castle goes back way before Carnegie bought it and continues today, as a selected member club.
The Castle is printing a gazette every year for their members and this year I was invited to collaborate on it.
They asked for the castle and the estate map and plan, an "owners tree", and some Viking invasions ... it was nice to draw so diverse subjects keeping in mind a sense of unity. My favorite is this majestic oak around whom the ribbon's owner rolls itself up.