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At SCALE magazine we have always held creativity in high regard.
Every issue we have featured an artist who captures natural beauty in an original way,
and here we will continue that tradition of highlighting the quality creatives who inspire us.

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Roger Fowler
Roger Fowler
Let there be light. By no means do I consider myself to be a collector of trophies. I either let my catch swim again or I’ll eat a fish. Occasionally I take a snap as a memory or a number of pictures for an article – that’s it. But I do like taxidermy and consider it absolutely ok, for anglers…
Peter Perch
Peter Perch
The new shooting star when it comes to art & fish. That’s obviously got to do with his unique illustrations of fish and other maritime life but equally as much with his likeable personality. Peter, who grew up around a six hundred year old canal system has been drawing all his life. It goes without saying that Peter, who shares…
Morten Carstensen
Morten Carstensen
Art and Craft. Craftsman! If you desperately need one you'll be lucky to get an appointment some time next year. When (and if) they arrive -always late, obviously- they march over your new parquet wearing shoes that look like they've been used for the occasional swamp stroll. Half of the time they're on break smoking and drinking coffee and the…
Jason Bordash
Jason Bordash
He's from Michigan, has been drawing since he was a boy and is one of the best flyfishing artists there is. Jason expresses his love and passion for flyfishing through water colors. During his training as an artist he tried basically everything, but watercolors seemed to be his thing in the end. We believe you can really see it for…
Björn Kirste
Björn Kirste
Artist without style Artist without style? Oh God, what is he on about? Don't worry, the headline is here to arouse curiosity and still somehow carry a grain of truth. Because actually the Hamburg artist Björn Kirste really doesn't have one, or better said not just one style – he has several! Björn, whom I have known personally for many…