This prehistoric sleeve was a real treat to undertake, and was partially inspired by Rudolph F. Zallinger's "The Age Of Reptiles" mural at the Peabody Museum in New Haven, CT, that I gazed in wonder at many times in my youth. The head of the Parasaurolophus dinosaur featured in this sleeve has a double exposure-esque anatomy model effect to symbolise the fragility and complexity of life. The flower, ferns and bee symbolize the interdependence of all life, and are my personal interpretations of what some prehistoric specimens might have looked like. On a side note, Kim is an excellent web designer, available for hire at www.kim-maida.com. She undertook the task of my sister site, www.nbaxter.com
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