I first began by laying out landscape photos on a table looking to create visual interest in different nature settings for the illustrations. Yet as I continued exploring options, I felt it was important to establish a more meaningful foundation to base the design upon. During the following days, I tried to look further into abstraction and linear compositions as aspects of the landscape. I wanted to create illustrations that did not only depict landscapes but make the viewer use their imagination. It was a very free process, where I was allowed to experiment. To me the functionality of a family planner was important, you had to be able to see what you were writing on top of the image. This created positive dogmas for the color pallet and detail degree of the illustrations.