The art of Brian and Peter is awesome. I just had to stop and look at the gigantic, colorful crabs, turtles, and cephalopods. Now that I’ve been to the website, I realize it was only Peter’s work I looked at.
Taxidermy, fossils, sculptures, reptiles, mammals, birds, insects, arachnids, and more!!!
New comic book series!
This is a new comic book series about a girl who is kidnapped and whose stuffed rabbit comes to life to rescue her. At least, that is the essence of issue one. Further issues continue the story.
Fairytales and classical fantasy reimagined in comic book form.
Atomicterrier.com and botbros.com
Creations of Josh Hughes, Bot Bros is a series of one-panel vignettes of two robots in various magical situations, often humorous, and often with a bit of a moral. Atomic Terrier is about a dog that fights evil. Both are kid-friendly.
Joseph Gubocki does not have a website, but can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on his crazy sculptures, which I forgot to ask if they were ceramic or metal. Some double as jewelry cases or other things. Nearly all have crab-like legs. The main body is often an assortment of jumbled faces, teeth, and eyeballs. I love them! If I had money, I definitely would want one on a coffee table or desk or something.
Amazing illustrations of dragons and people. I like dragons.
Science fiction and mystery author William Hatfield was also there, as was romance and paranormal author Emily Skinner.