The Japanese Paradise Flycatcher (Terpsiphone atrocaudata), also called the Black Paradise Flycatcher, is a medium-sized bird. It is mainly migratory and breeds in shady mature deciduous or evergreen broadleaf forest of Japan (southern Honshū, Shikoku, Kyushu and the Nansei Shoto islands), South Korea, Taiwan (including Lanyu island) and the far north Philippines. It is a non-breeding visitor to mainland China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, and Sumatra, Indonesia.

Habitat: In Jeju-do of South Korea, Gotjawal forest, a forest formed on a rocky area of volcanic AA Lava, is one of the important breeding sites of Japanese Paradise-flycatcher

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Tonight I’m going to let the whole world in and get a good look at me. Who’s the baddest witch in town?

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My first poster for Mondo goes on sale tomorrow at a random time.

Where the Wild Things Are
18”x24” screen print.
Hand numbered.
Edition of 250.
Printed by D&L Screenprinting.


V838 Monocerotis

V838 Monocerotis (V838 Mon) is a red variable star in the constellation Monoceros about 20,000 light years from our Sun. The previously unknown star was observed in early 2002 experiencing a major outburst, and was possibly one of the largest known stars for a short period following the outburst. Originally believed to be a typical nova eruption, it was then realized to be something completely different. The reason for the outburst is still uncertain, but several conjectures have been put forward, including an eruption related to stellar death processes and a merger of a binary star or planets.

The remnant is evolving rapidly. By 2009 its temperature had increased to 3,270K and its luminosity was 15,000 times solar, but its radius had decreased to 380 times that of the sun although the ejecta continues to expand. The opaque ejected dust cloud has completely engulfed the B-type companion.

Credit: NASA

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Audrey Hepburn photographed by Jack Cardiff, 1956