Welcome back to another edition of Moleskine Monday. Since I've stuck to this series long enough now, I'm going to begin numbering them. Let's see how high this will go, shall we?
This week, we're shedding light on a darker corner of the sketchbook. A flayed young man!? Really? No, actually, this page is a disturbing look at what might happen if we had gills separating our ribs. Rather than the fish gills which open to reveal tendrils whose surface area bring Oxygen into the body, I sort of see these being skin flaps that open to reveal very small tubules leading directly to the lungs.
To see what other crazy rabbit holes I've explored in the pages of my Moleskine sketchbook, come back next week. You can always click here to see previous posts in the series.