This one took a while to do. The image is a golden rectangle, each component occupying the next square. It is lit using a homemade light probe, and the wooden surface is just a texture with surface normals, rather than real 3-D. There’s a slight focal blur to stop the texture drawing the eye out of the top of the frame.
I was (usually am) more than a bit annoyed by the new style of luggage people are trawling through Kings Cross nowadays, I even saw a fight start when someone tripped over one of these things. I thought this would make a nice poster on a Kings Cross billboard.
This went through a few iterations before the final image. The code on the plane is the code that was used to create the image, screen-grabbed as a tiff and used as a repeating tile. I’m not smart enough to figure out how to write a syntax-highlighter in POV-Ray.
Not my best, the models are fully articulated though, in fact that’s the only way to do these kinds of things, it would be near impossible positioning each component separately if they weren’t connected.