14 October 2009

When saints collide

Vatican astrophysicists may one day confirm the existence of dark matter halos.
Pen and ink on Moleskine with digital colour. 9cm x 12cm. Click to enlarge.

8 comments:

problemchildbride said...

I expect if you excited electrons in his outer haloic sphere there, they would fall back into their comfy spheres, expending energy and fluorescing a kind of brown. A holy sort of brown, extending even beyond the dark matter halo to the doesn't matter halo and not mattering.

What a live we lead, eh?

Prozac said...

Damn, she does a good line in comments, does ol' pcb, eh?

ElizT said...

Doesn't need her own blog, gives full value elsewhere.

problemchildbride said...

Hey! I'm not ol'! Lawks though, yoos are lovely. xx

Rico said...

Excellent -- great idea. Any reason why the arrow from the word "saint" is pointing to the holy man's crotch?

Dancing Heart Chalut said...

:)

Karin said...

This is great! I love it!

Oscar Grillo said...

The collisions mostly happen when the saints go marchin' in.