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“While closely related to elephant garlic, mammoth garlic is shaggier and has much more dramatic tusks, making its home in the far north. A typical herd is led by a garlic matriarch and contains a number of adult females and their young cloves. While female garlic remains with the herd, juvenile males will eventually leave to join the loose bachelor herds of garlic bulls.”


I can explain.

I think.

Give me a minute.

Okay, I was at my parent’s place, I was drunk, there was this swedish apple brandy involved, and I had a glass and set it down on the table and gazed blankly at my stepfather, who was slicing a lemon, and I said “How come nobody taxidermies vegetables?” and it all kinda snowballed from there, with the lemonlopes and…well, anyway.

The only thing I can say consistently about my art is that it always makes sense in my head at the time.

Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.