☽ Intergalactic Naturalist and Cosmonomad ☾

Moscow-born interplanetary artist, photographer and writer, dedicated to proving that life is as beautiful as we make it. This is my scrapbook and shorthand chronicle.

Currently, I'm documenting intergalactic beastly flora in a concept series of drawings entitled "Alien Botany".

Modern day Renaissance Woman - Auxiliary Magazine

Techno renaissance internet goddess extraordinaire - Lou O'Bedlam

Perfect example of someone being as weird as they want to be, working as hard as possible and truly Living - Morbid Fashion

Cayce Pollard - inspired by the character from Pattern Recognition by William Gibson, is the second in my mini-series, Gibson Girls.

Possibly the most iconic of Gibson’s heroines and probably my favorite, Cayce has been been illustrated by many artists. It always struck me as odd is that drawings of her tend to look like teenagers, when she is thirty-two years old during the events of the book. Me, I picture her like this: lithe, a bit tired, with a warm expression and big, smart eyes - like a younger Charlotte Gainsbourg.

Molly Millions, the first drawing of the bunch, can be seen here.

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    Cayce is my fashion idol! (Yes she’s a character from a book just read it and it will all make sense.)
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    I’m really liking this series by Zoetica, looking forward to the rest…
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    Cayce Pollard | by Zoetica Ebb (zoetica):
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  8. throneofthecrimsonking said: I love Pattern Recognition…and Cayce. One of my favorite books, ever!
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    Love this, and Cayce Pollard. Also Charlotte Gainsbourg. This is vortex of things I like.
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