I’m not sure which is the more remarkable specimen in this drawer. On the one hand, you have a very lightly-colored bear pelt that appears to be some sort of unusual Brown Bear (Ursus arctos). This light-tan face coloration mixed with medium brown body and limb fur is not very common, so we are lucky to have such a rare specimen. On the other hand, this drawer also contains Pangolins (family Manidae), every species of which currently faces serous threats due to hunting, trafficking, and habitat loss. This drawer truly holds mammal division treasures!

New Prints!

Following on from my recent mural commission in Bristol’s Broadmead shopping area (on Union Street), I have created a series of brand new prints based on the same theme. If you happened to like the nature inspired illustrations lining the sides of 11 empty shops, you can now buy your very own snippet to take home.

There are 3 prints available and you can currently buy them from the awesome Co-LAB shop - who are just around the corner from the actual mural (on the corner of Nelson Street and Fairfax Street, just opposite the old Bridewell Police Station). As well as nice coffee, you’re sure to find loads of great gifts, art, T-shirts, and much more… so be sure to pop in.

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where are the games where you can play as a canine race/dog at, man

(werewolves/worgens don’t really count - they’re something else entirely to me - i mean more like…if the khajiit were canine and not feline for example)

Title: I Drive
Artist: William Vega
Size: 9”x9”
Medium: Mixed media

This artwork is part of Bear and Bird Gallery’s “Square Show 2” exhibition in Lauderhill, Florida. This exhibition is a Mega-Group show featuring artwork by all South Florida locals. Exhibition runs March 10 – April 27, 2012; for more information visit our website