Portrait of Tattooist Hannah K @ Nine, Brighton
Monday, 30 May 2011
An on going project on Vultures and their feed.
Vultures seldom attack healthy animals, but may kill the wounded or sick. When a carcass has too thick a hide for its beak to open, it waits for a larger scavenger to eat first. Vast numbers have been seen upon battlefields. They gorge themselves when prey is abundant, until their crop bulges, and sit, sleepy or half torpid, to digest their food.
- Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy
- Louise is an illustrator based in London. After graduating from Kingston University, Louise went on to win a D&AD New Blood award for her book of illustrated shorts 'I Married a Toyboy Convict'. Recent clients include Random House, No Brow, Super Superficial and Suzuki Motoden. Contacts: email@example.com (preffered email adress) All work Copyright of LOUISE ZERGAENG POMEROY
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