Psychedelic cockroaches

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Artist S. Shelley Jones sent me a link to some digital art depicting the lowly cockroach, who turns out to be much more attractive with a psychedelic spin. Thanks, Shelley!

PS. "The Psychedelic Cockroach" is a great band name, isn't it?

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top: Cockroach No. V, 2009; bottom: Cockroach No. VII, 2009; by S. Shelley Jones.

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Good work......

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