Jul 20, 2012

The Reproductive Lives of Capital and Mosquitoes

A chance meeting beside a stagnant pond led to Maestrina’s lasting love affair with mosquitoes, much to the distaste of her fiancé, the steel magnate known only as Dinar.
“What’s so special about the Anopheles genus?” he would ask.
“They’re awfully diverse,” Maestrina would say, “yet single-minded, like you.”

I'll be the first to admit that this prompt was heavily influenced by Edward Gorey. I love his work.

Should you want more inspiration in the same vein, here are Rasputina playing "Holocaust of Giants."

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