Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Great News for the Extinct!




Extinct No More!
The animals you thought were gone forever are really co-existing harmoniously on a secluded island (name withheld). What a relief! They weren't hunted to extinction by humans after all! They escaped their tragic fates to become part of the 'Animal Project'. Thanks to their own proactive escape artistry and raft building skills, they have maintained their species and have been living out their lives here for a very long time. Despite the occasional existential crisis and the daily boredom of everyday life, they are all relatively healthy, comfortable, and happy.

This photo was taken by a shipwrecked photographer, who sent this photo to his local newspaper inside an empty flask of pirate whiskey. Present on photo day were: left to right: Mister Wooly Mammoth, Saber Tooth Tiger, Passenger Pigeon, Monsieur Dodo Bird, Pteranodon, Tasmanian Wolf, and Ms. Giant Moa.

6 comments:

Mirco said...

I wonder if there shared trauma of going extinct causes them to be kinder genterler animals on the island.
Either way there's some good eatin' to be had from the looks of it. I hear dodo was delicious.

Darcy said...

I love your art style!

Mac McRae said...

Cool work. I dig the composition. Survival of the fittest is a horribly cruel force to drive evolution. It makes me sad to think about all of the extinct critters. Keep up the great work Anne-Renee

Ben said...

I never did like the moa . . .

Anonymous said...

YOU are the best photographer i have ever seen. p.s. get a better photo of yourself. You look tired in the one you currently have.:]

Anonymous said...

YOU ROCK. have you ever considered ever becoming a proffesoanl photographer.;]