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I almost feel like I should tag these as fruit gore.
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A shadowbox based upon the story of the blackberry bush that Lucifer landed upon after his expulsion from Heaven.
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First successful go at photographing the mini minotaur inside his set-up.
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The second illustration in this series, and the last I’ll be doing this semester (though I’m planning on continuing it over the summer).
saltwort / Lily Pfaff
saltwort / Lily Pfaff

“To slay me would require a lion mighty enough to kill the black lion in the forest. Out of the belly of the dead lion would leap a black dog so swift that only the fastest dog on earth could catch it. Out of the belly of the dead black dog would fly a black eagle that could withstand every eagle under the sun. But if by chance that eagle were slain, a black egg would have to be taken out of its craw and cracked over my brow for my soul to fly away and leave me dead.”

ink & scratchboard, an illustration to accompany the Italian folktale Body-without-Soul
saltwort / Lily Pfaff
saltwort / Lily Pfaff
saltwort / Lily Pfaff
saltwort / Lily Pfaff

“If you try and take a cat apart to see how it works, the first thing you have on your hands is a non-working cat.” ― Douglas Adams

saltwort / Lily Pfaff
saltwort / Lily Pfaff