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ca. 1860, [carte de visite portrait of a “Monkey Fish of Japan", one of many of such specimens created during the 18th and 19th centuries. This particular “merman" was later purchased by P.T. Barnum and shown at the Chinese and Japanese Warehouse on Regent Street in London], Gush and Fergusson

ca. 1860, [carte de visite portrait of a “Monkey Fish of Japan", one of many of such specimens created during the 18th and 19th centuries. This particular “merman" was later purchased by P.T. Barnum and shown at the Chinese and Japanese Warehouse on Regent Street in London], Gush and Fergusson

the mermaid / circus side-show attraction

the mermaid / circus side-show attraction

Kaiju Monster / Embodied <3

Kaiju Monster / Embodied <3

this is lovely

this is lovely

Masaaki Sasamoto, 2008

Masaaki Sasamoto, 2008

“Mademoiselle Gabrielle—the Half Lady—was a legless marvel from the early 1900’s. She was born in Basel, Switzerland in 1884 and began her freak show and exhibition career at the Paris Universal Exposition in 1900 as The Half-Woman…Mademoiselle Gabrielle possessed no legs and, according to a 1929 London Life article, she possessed no stumps whatsoever. Her torso finished just below the hip gracefully.”

“Mademoiselle Gabrielle—the Half Lady—was a legless marvel from the early 1900’s. She was born in Basel, Switzerland in 1884 and began her freak show and exhibition career at the Paris Universal Exposition in 1900 as The Half-Woman…Mademoiselle Gabrielle possessed no legs and, according to a 1929 London Life article, she possessed no stumps whatsoever. Her torso finished just below the hip gracefully.”

The Japanese artist Hajime Emoto's wonderful creatures http://curioushistory.com/post/46304505783/monsters-demons-and-dragons#.UtLSm2TuKPd

The Japanese artist Hajime Emoto's wonderful creatures http://curioushistory.com/post/46304505783/monsters-demons-and-dragons#.UtLSm2TuKPd

Artist Mark Dion (center) working with studio manager Tom Pruitt (left) and Production Assistant Jonothan Vaughan (right).    Mark is stamping prints in his new portfolio "Herbarium" which has been published by Graphicstudio.     ...(Experience the best #Art shows in     NYC with https://www.artexperiencenyc.com

Artist Mark Dion (center) working with studio manager Tom Pruitt (left) and Production Assistant Jonothan Vaughan (right). Mark is stamping prints in his new portfolio "Herbarium" which has been published by Graphicstudio. ...(Experience the best #Art shows in NYC with https://www.artexperiencenyc.com

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