This rare specimen was documented in January 2011 by Henry Miller. While the exact location of the creature is unknown it was documented in the region of Berlinstanbul. Believed to be both technical and creative the unknown whereabouts of the specimen could be explained by the possibility of it living in a multi dimensional alternate reality to our own. The affect of the sparkle stars on the cityscape remains unknown. It was however observed that the creature demonstrates both intelligence and compassion.
The latest addition to my Bestiary is Avisonculus Lapponia recently documented on a 17 day spiritual trek to Korvatunturi to discover the true origins of Joulupukki. I discovered the shy creature and followed him for approximately 1.7 days to document its characteristics. I named it according to the naming techniques of the world renowned Dr. Ronald Chevalier.
The beast is abnormally large at least three times that of a mid-sized harpy. It is elaborately decorated with traditional markings of the Finish Lapland patterns. This I assumed this worked as the creature’s main defense mechanism who has been able to go unnoticed by blending in with the traditional costumes of the natives. Moderately feathered the avis intuitively resourceful and wears a Lapland hat to contain warmth during the harsh winter months.
A detailed map of the speciman’s location:
This is the spooky sound the Bees hear when evil King Cassette (the evilest of all cassette tapes) is coming to enslave them. Dark and haunting Salem‘s Asia sets the tone for Tape Castle and the lost pyramids of doom. Listen while reading the the tale of the Bees vs. the Cassette Tapes in the comic below.
This is the story of the Bees vs. the Cassette Tapes in Candyland. King Cassette the evilest of all Cassette tapes sells the Bees candy in the land of candy. He tricks them into eating so much candy they become too fat and can no longer fly. King Cassette enslaves the Bees to build the pyramids for his castle. But one strong Bee fights back and says Noooo!
Collaborative illustration with Charlotte Miller.
Where the abominable snowmen live is a very lonely cold frosty place. They trek for miles in isolation in their winter wonderland in search of glowing berries. This is the song of the journey.
The Knife are back in the collaboration with Mt. Sims. This the kind of tune Mythical Imagined Creatures dance around to. Can you picture it?