Men and their relationship to animals.

Here’s a new drawing I’m working on. It addresses how a man must feed his mountain ram.   Interestingly enough, I don’t think this is accurate.  Feel free to chime in.

On the way the camper looks after his canary among other birds / the man whose pipe doesn’t align with his mouth. (below)

“When it [falcons] opens its beak and pecks its foot, it has a corrupt humour in its head.  You should screw a silver pin up its nostrils to let out the humour, and then rub the spot with fresh butter.” – Olaus Magnus A Description of the Northern Peoples 1555 Volume III

(michael c hsiung)


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