In 2003, a friend and I had this great idea for a series of Web-based collections of art and writing. We laid a lot of groundwork and then got pulled in 15 different directions, as did a few helpers, and nothing came of it. Except we found cover art for each issue.
I’ve always felt bad about the way those pages looked as the years went on – a project that clearly went nowhere but described as if it were, in fact, still yesterday.
So today I tore down those old pages and replaced them with a simple container for the cover art, with links to each (available) artist (one is MIA). The first piece I acquired for the project was this wonderful illustration of Medusa, by Hope Larson:
I haven’t fixed the text alignment further down the page, but you know what? It’s almost midnight, and I’m tired, so this is good enough!
All intriguing pieces, but that Medusa is phenomenal. I really like it.