Sunday, March 30, 2008

What Chew Talking About?

Thinking of my last post when I went to the zoo and spent a lot of time at the giraffe exhibit, I wanted to do this. As I mentioned, it was feeding time for them, and for the most part they were facing away from me, but at one point one of them walked over in front of me and continued chewing his leaves. It was hysterical because their chewing habits are similar to that of cows and camels, which involves moving the jaw in a clockwise/circular motion. I think this is how I'd like to start eating, especially something like sushi (which I can't stand). Then when I eat like this, it'll gross everyone else out and I won't have to worry about having that food anymore. That's right, there's a method to my madness.

On a side note, I just bought this book last night called Varmints written by Helen Ward. It's a children's book containing some AWESOME illustration work by UK animator Marc Craste. So anyone looking for a good book for their kids or just looking to admire some great art check it out! Some further images can be seen here:

Have a great week y'all!

1 comment:

Alan said...

I saw Varmint the other day at the book store. Very cool!