Wednesday, January 8, 2014

The Braddock Expedition

Stefan Askernäs brings us the start of a complete display regarding the infamous Braddock Expedition.

"Haphazardly patched up by Doctor Vincent Beardsley, the next day Juha oversaw the excavation of the fissure which produced a generous amount of specimens of strange algae, unidentified glyph carvings, some heavily oxidized artifacts considered to be ritual blades, various coin, strangely shaped pieces of gold, human bones and a spectacular 9.4" marble idol portraying some nameless god of the sea."
The Dagon sculpt is nice, but I'm in love with the design and execution of the faux journals. 

1 comment:

gndn said...

The HPLHS did a mock academic monograph recently.