Wednesday, July 11, 2007

LIFE AFTER MAN


5,000,000 sunsets later, all that remains of our fatally flawed species, which introduced the concept of tragedy to the local cosmos, is an intriguing architectural motif and the unusual second and third layers of crust which cover so much of the surface of the planet. The world has become an interdimensional crossroads where nothing is capable of having a bad result. How strange we were!

24 Comments:

Anonymous Bob R said...

Brilliant!

4:50 PM  
Blogger Eric Reynolds said...

Holy crap, this is one of your best ever, and that's sayin' something!

5:06 PM  
Blogger Jason White said...

wonderful! i love the concept of skeletons holding up a building with shattered columns. very cool.

7:02 PM  
Blogger Calista said...

GREAT SNAKES. This has replaced the rats cleaning a toilet with toothbrushes on my desktop.

7:03 AM  
Blogger eugene abel raoul said...

I m terrified ,but do you love your french productor l'association

11:16 AM  
Blogger Tom Dougherty said...

Thanks for the wallpaper, Popeye!

3:23 PM  
Anonymous buzdbylyfe said...

Oooch ma!! Me is to see da fab split thigh flat waddle, supportum skeltumn, und pushpaw indisguisum. Addled me noggin bye yo crazie do-ins. Phukun supreme, Jim!

7:09 PM  
Blogger Jed said...

If you can bare with a practical question:

Rumor has it that you're going to have some work appearing in the anthology, Mome. Would that be a return to comics, by chance? Or your charcoal work?

1:38 PM  
Blogger Corey said...

Have you, by chance, read Alan Weisman's "The World Without Us"? Fascinating stuff, relevant to the subject at hand, and almost as fascinating as this h'yar drawling you done. A'yup. That's fer sure. Mmm.

6:56 PM  
Blogger Chloe Cumming said...

This is spigging lovely. Thank you Jim. I haven't commented until now. Now I have.

You leave one with little to add

1:17 AM  
Blogger Matthew Tamaru said...

Amazing Image. Flawless technique.

3:59 PM  
Anonymous j.m. winters said...

this would make a great print!

4:43 AM  
Blogger Herr Gilke said...

Great!!!

7:50 AM  
Blogger Eric Reynolds said...

jed, I can answer your question: MOME will publish "The Lute String" in the next two issues, a 45-page Frank story originally published by Presspop in Japan a couple of years ago.

5:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gee, all those weird critters evolved in less than 15,000 years.

8:45 AM  
Blogger Jed said...

Thanks Eric! looking forward to it!

12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow. c'est vie!

8:00 PM  
Blogger Itaulab said...

Desktop wallpaper? Sinner! You should frame it as I did! It is in my living room now.

11:38 AM  
OpenID fragileindustries said...

I see El Mirador ... and in the hills behind, one can appreciate life after man. Jesus, Jim, you have scripted the precise visions of my most ancient divine moments! WTF?

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Anonymous WebVisible said...

I love the concept of skeletons holding up a building with shattered columns. very cool.

2:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is literally my favorite image that I have ever seen in my entire life. Can I buy a print or something? I would sell body parts for the original and I dont even collect art.

12:07 AM  

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