The latest Axis Mundi issue (July 2011) is now online, and it just happens to have an angelic theme …hehe. 😉 (Click on the magazine image at the left to read it.) It’s strange how things turn out sometimes, with lots of little synchronicities all pointing in the same direction (see my previous blog post for an explanation).
The idea for the cover of this edition came about during a discussion between Janine (Editor and writer for Axis Mundi) and I over lunch one Friday, after which I went home and found a couple of suitable images to play with on Photoshop. The original is a Mosaic of St. Uriel in St John’s Church, Boreham, Wiltshire, dated 1888. More details about it can be found at Wikimedia Commons.
Did you spot the 3 main differences?
Yeah, I know, it’s not a very challenging “spot the difference” exercise, but I did have a lot of fun creating the Photoshopped image for the magazine cover. 😀 I hope no-one will take offense to the picture – it’s not meant to be blasphemous or malicious in any way – just a bit of fun. I’d like to think that angels have a sense of humour too.