Illustration for a article on traveling to the Lapland of Finland. The article will focus on the Saami culture and the Aurora. The middle illustration depicts Saami people's legend that the Artic fox creates a spark which lights a fire in the sky creating an aurora. The one below is a simple map of Finland.
An illustration drawn for a story in mind about St. Lucia's Day in Denmark. During Nazi Germany's occupation of Denmark in WWII, "[t]he tradition was directly imported from Sweden by initiative of Franz Wend, secretary of Föreningen Norden, as an attempt 'to bring light in a time of darkness'" (Wikipedia). St. Lucia herself is a saint from Italy, apparently, who was to be married to a Roman man (meaning he wasn't Christian) and she refused, and died being faithful to her belief. I looked up a little bit, but it seems a little iffy how this Italian saint became so popular in Europe.
In either rate, I thought this could be a cover of a children's story, based on this true story.