Monthly Archives: July 2010
Take a little gander at this siphonophore. “While the Portuguese Man o’ War resembles a jellyfish, it is in fact a siphonophore – a colony of four kinds of minute, highly modified individuals, which are specialized polyps and medusoids. Each such zooid in these pelagic colonial … Continue reading
Having no other eventful thing to write about, I give you this little paper I wrote for a Linguistics course in 2008. The prefix re-, in English, attaches to transitive verbs and alters their meaning so that the definition becomes … Continue reading
“What shot from the barrel was not a bullet but a word, big blocky font emerging one letter at a time like a scrolling headline … the word ONOMATOPOEIA traveling faster than sound toward the pilot’s head…” My new little … Continue reading
Jing Wei Studios, you have captured my heart.
Here is the exquisite little stuffed cat I made for Cameron Pierce‘s newest book: Lost in Cat Brain Land. It has brains and a tentacle coming out of its stomach. The tentacle ends in a cat paw. Lost in Cat … Continue reading
I have already instructed everyone in the whole world to read Carlton Mellick III‘s strange and wonderful books. I like them more and more. The great thing about these books is that although they contain awkward and bizarrely pornographic scenes, … Continue reading