In a supposedly infinite universe, there are probably billions of other planets somehow similar to ours, where trees are bigger than the planet itself, where streams of water come out of nowhere and go nowhere and where gentle trolls chill soaking their feet in harbours. It can be hard to picture them with no hints at all, but the illustrations of Gediminas Pranckevičius make it much easier.

Gediminas is a Lithuanian illustrator and artist whose imagination and skills are undoubted: he digitally paints the illustrations of other-worldly landscapes, where tiny microcosms are carved into stones and where whales idly flank by the balconies of a wooden town.

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