Colour me admiring, but clueless.I hope your busyness is good busyness.
I have no idea whose they are, but I like them. I'm planning a busy day, but we'll see if that actually happens...
I have no idea...but whomever...the work is brilliant!
I don't know, but I really like them - especially the last. Is there a strong steampunk vibe or is it just the actual steam engines I'm picking that up from? ha ha
No clue, but the last one captures my fancy, reminds me of that marvelously animated film about a train station which I am too lazy to look up. My memory is like a tea strainer lately.XOWWW
Didier Graffet! His stuff is beautiful. Bunyip
Anon has beaten me to it. Didier Graffet.
Wouldn't have a clue but do like them, they are different to all others we see.
Photos 1 and 3, with the glass roof stations and steam everywhere, look at bit Monet-esque.
His work is fabulous, I've just had a lovely time perusing more of his work on his site, thanks for the introduction Andrew ✨
I've never came across these but they look great.
Whomever, it's very good.
No I'm horrible with artist name and authors as well. Try one local art organization and hopeful they might know. I don't do it very often. But have search with photo to find out into on it.
Puffa trains - I love them! My paternal grandad drove big ones in Ireland.I shall spend some time looking at the artist Cro mentioned