Friday, May 18, 2012

Locomotion of the Octopus vulgaris


I came across this gorgeous illustration on Tumblr--it was originally posted by Vanitas, though I stumbled on it via Scientific Illustration (a really great place to find very, very cool pictures for those of us who like our art with a dose of science). The only information provided is that it's by Katy Wiedemann, titled "Locomotion of the Octopus vulgaris," and is an illustration for the Narragansett Bay Audubon Society. Further poking about suggests it's probably by this Katy Wiedemann, a student at Rhode Island School of Design, who is also styrofoam-SKELLETON on deviantArt (though that particular illustration isn't included in either of her online portfolios).

3 comments:

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

when you are in the ocean, swimming, crawling and walking are the same thing.

Hugo Costa said...
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Hugo Costa said...

I guys,

Check the Octopus page at
http://skaphandrus.com
a comprehensive catalogue of marine species to sea lovers.