Diébédo Francis Kéré

Architectural constructions that support the necessities of extremely hot climates (invaluable knowledge for the expected future dramatic rises of temperature). Made of breathable mud bricks instead of concrete which is expensive and concentrates heat. Covered with arched tin roofs to protect the bricks from the rain. The building are cooler and more pleasant to work in than the conventional concrete school buildings. Kéré's design has become renowned throughout Burkina Faso, and won the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2004.

Pablo Amaringo

The Spirits of Mothers of the Plants

Genios del Reno

Auca Yachai (2003) This picture conveys the diverse knowledge that Amazonian people have of plants including both medicinal properties and their value as a food resource.

Source: http://www.thethird-eye.co.uk/a-shamans-visions-of-the-cosmos-by-pablo-amaringo/

Martina Paukova

 Illustrator from Slovakia. "Clients include Southwark Arts Forum, Natural History Museum, University of the Arts, Open University or Borough Market."

Anticolonial Art

Fair Trade Head, Maria Theresa Alves.
From The Museum of European Normality, 2007

Tropical leaves

Flowers and leaves illustrated to be found as vector files in Vecteezy.
Some of the flowers:

wisteria, petunia, decorative hot pepper plants, ivy

Giant peasants

Illustration style to be found as vector files at Vecteezy: https://www.vecteezy.com/vector-art/174175-sorghum-farmer-harvest-vector-flat-illustration

Retro Farming

Beautiful retro style on a three color palette to be found on Vecteezy as vector files: