Cephalopodoptera by Vladimir Stankovic
When the deep aquatic Cephalopodoptera species was discovered, scientists believed they had finally found that long sought-after missing link between mollusks and insects. Vladimir’s natural history details the myriad forms of the glow-y sea moths that glide through the inky black depths of forgotten underwater fathoms. Prints are available at etsy.
Day 11 - A Game Everyone Should Play
Metal Gear Solid
(Dr. Naomi Hunter’s account of the events of Shadow Moses Island, as featured in MGS2.)
Part of 30 Days of Videogames by A.J. Hateley
You can see the rest of the series here: 30 Days of Videogames
From In Powder and Crinoline : old fairy tales retold. By Arthur Quiller-Couch; illustrated by Kay Nielsen
illustration by Jane Blackburn for Charlotte Mary Yonge’s victorian novel The lances of Lynwood , first published in 1855
Daphne Guinness Dark Queen with Octopus Mask
‘The Gallifreycrumb Tinies’ Edward Gorey-style Doctor Who parody by savethewailes
Oh, this is fantastic!