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Putting down Roots

Rohan Eason's second ad for Pegasus Life has featured in The Telegraph and the Chelsea Flower Show supplement today.

above - the artwork

below - the ad

Rohan Eason's second ad for Pegasus Life has featured in The Telegraph and the Chelsea Flower Show supplement today.

Putting down Roots tells the story of a great Spanish Chestnut tree planted in 1509 when Henry VIII married Catherine of Aragon, and all that it must have witnessed over the centuries. The tree is Pegasus Life's inspiration and guide, symbolising that 'what we decide to create here is not just for the people who walk in these grounds in our lifetimes, but for those who will find themselves here in the centuries to come.' Rohan's illustration shows the tree as a giant observer, entwined with history.

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