Adventures in Ethics and Science

It’s been awhile since the Free-Ride offspring have shared their artwork. Today, we offer some of their drawings of animals.

From the younger Free-Ride offspring:

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Tigers. They may look cute, but you don’t want to get near them when they’re hungry.

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Cheetahs. Same deal: cute, but deadly.

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A horse. She didn’t dress herself in that blanket and headband.

From the elder Free-Ride offspring:

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Jungle Landscape. There’s a lot going on here, and I’m feeling like there might be some traces of Bruegel and Escher.

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A cat in a sushi bar. You will notice, however, that the selection includes non-fishy sushi.

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Animals used to convey letters of the alphabet. The encoding is not guaranteed to make sense for languages other than English.

Comments

  1. #1 Pinko Punko
    March 5, 2010

    The first one made me squee a little bit, I am happy to admit!

  2. #2 bmljenny
    March 5, 2010

    Wow, Rosetta is living up to her name there. Excellent animal alphabet!

  3. #3 Joel
    March 5, 2010

    That horse might want to think about a haircut.

    Better than anything I could draw, in any case.