About eVote and the cover art:
To portray the inspiration behind eVote, the use of historical images seems most appropriate. The concepts of Renaissance humanism and classical Greek democracy reinforce the idea of `voting' or the notion that individuals, collectively, are the measure of all things. Figures, from Raphael's early 16th century fresco, "The School of Athens," are enclosed by Doric and Ionic Greek architectural orders. By extending the frieze of the Ionic entablature, more of the feminine order is expressed. The image of mother earth defines eVote's global potential and asserts its mission to create an environment in which a democratic process of discussion and decision making transcends physical constraints.
Margaret H. Favour