Below is another offering from my library of imaginary books, this image comes from An Ornate Asemic Alphabet in Monstrose Forms, by Davida Elzevir-Dewey and Joanna Vandy, George H. Doran Company, 1926
…and a gif, mostly asemic, titled “Southern Cross”, and somehow connected to the song by Crosby, Stills and Nash.
© 2017 lcmt
Volodymyr Bilyk sent me more figures and I couldn’t resist making a gif out one of them.
This is my favorite frame out of the speed-blur sequence:
This is the mother panel, the first incarnation, the panel that could have been a GLP comic:
This one was made with help from mIEKAL aND, author of Samsara Congeries, and publisher of Xexoxial Editions, of which number 59 was My Favorite Martian Comics by my oh-so-modest self. I borrowed characters and words from one of mIEKAL’s Martian Love Letters:
…so let’s have two animated gifs today!
First up is an untitled thing that I would like to call “Salt mismatched with acid” but I’m not sure of that yet. I’m waiting for an indication from the universe. It could be another piece of the Corsican screen. Or another poem from Mars. Or maybe this is part of the Fifty Cent Trip.