Most of the imagery is from stamps in John Lennon’s stamp album.
In the upper left corner, there is a sort of lacy structure. This is an interpretation of a portion of the Union Jack as seen in the upper left corner of a 10 cent Canadian stamp.
Below that is a structure inspired by the Shannon dam as seen on this stamp from Ireland.
The long, horn-shaped object to the right of the damn and flag was inspired by this stamp from Uganda:
To the lower right of the horn is a pillared structure with a pyramid roof. It comes from the New Zealand stamp:
Behind that structure, and wrapping around to the right edge of the card, are structures from this Moroccan stamp.
Special NoteThis is the first of all Sketchy Spaces (COVID Card, Tiny Terrains, Square Spaces, etc) that I was tempted to add color to. It's also the first that I outlined in ink completely before starting to shade. When just outlined, it reminded me (a bit) of the artwork for the Yellow Submarine. I think that's why I considered coloring it.
This card has one or more secrets. Can you find them? Here's a hint:
The item is very iconic and seeing it alone evokes thoughts of Lennon.
The item undoubtedly helped Lennon focus.
One lens and the bridge from Lennon's glasses are in the upper left.
John Lennon's Green (Stamp) Album
John Lennon's Stamp Collection