If you’re just possibly looking for a picture of three bunny-gods with infinity-faces wearing dresses made from crazy-quilts walking into a driving wind that plasters giant butterflies to their faces, it is JUST possible that you could have been in luck at Goodwill.
Or maybe this is what anthropomorphic paisleys look like, once they escape from the neckties and vests that hold them prisoner. Maybe what we know as “paisley” is actually a projection of these infinitely complex, higher-dimensional beings, where they intersect this dimension, strange tangent-slices of an alien life form (with butterflies stuck to their faces by an unfortunately damp wind, with a wet splat).
Or maybe it’s a remarkably accurate attempt to depict the Monkey God drifting through time on his chariot cloud, but with really long, floppy ears. The real trick is getting a model for that one. Kind of like “Nude Falling Downstairs,” but with monkey-rabbits.
Gaze into the infinite aum of its face. Or faces. Experience infinity and peace. And a foot-wide soggy butterfly to the face.
Goodwill on 2222 and Lamar, Austin