Out of the Void Posters
Out of the Void Poster by Bebops

I am constantly astonished and entranced by the myriad forms of life on this planet. To quote one of my very favorite authors, Annie Dillard, in
Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, "the creator has pizzazz".

I hope to display a variety of animal images on this blog to delight us all. I have created many products featuring wildlife and pets for my Zazzle stores, Bebop's Place and Bebop's Weddings, using my original photographs and designs. I am also constantly amazed at the gorgeous animal products available from the rest of the Zazzle community. I am hoping others will enjoy this blog and even be moved to purchase some of these lovely items for gifts or just for the pleasure of having such beauty around.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Your luggage will stand out with this fabulous Polyphemus Moth (Antheraea polyphemus). It is a huge tan colored creature, with a wingspan of 6 inches. The most notable characteristic of this amazing moth is the large, dark eyespots on its two hindwings. The eye spots are where it gets its name – from the Greek myth of the Cyclops Polyphemus. The reverse side has one more moth. Customize with your personal information.

Simply gorgeous! This Rickshaw messenger bag features an illustration of a beautiful bright red cardinal perched upon a translucent branch with green ivy leaves and a hummingbird hovering near a pink lily all set against a soft orange and light blue gradient background.

This Kindle case features the Great Blue Heron, a large wading bird in the heron family Ardeidae, common near the shores of open water and in wetlands. He is the largest North American heron. Notable features include slaty flight feathers, red-brown thighs, and a paired red-brown and black stripe up the flanks; the neck is rusty-gray, with black and white streaking down the front; the head is paler, with a nearly white face, and a pair of black plumes running from just above the eye to the back of the head. The feathers on the lower neck are long and plume-like. Because this is the breeding season, he also has plumes on the lower back and an orange bill. He is standing in shallow water and his feathers are backlit by the luminous sunlight. A mirror image is on the back.

From the designer: ...and a Cat in A Christmas Tree Poster. Every time I turn around at Christmas, I am removing a feline from the Christmas Tree. I can't understand what it is about a fake plastic fir that makes them go nuts. I don't know why they always try to eat an ornament. But I do understand why I'm always picking up dangling ornaments off the floor over and over again. Bring this home this season...