HR Giger: Development of Necronom IV via Goya's "Saturn eating his son"and Alice and the flamingo from Lewis Carroll's Alice In Wonderland (Published 1865) by John Tenniel and the cover of Pink Panther #13?
a) Cover of The Panther #13 (July 1973)
b) Alice and the flamingo from Lewis Carroll's Alice In Wonderland (Published 1865) by John Tenniel ?
c) Comparable areas side by side
d) Flamingo as window frame and hamburger
Here the neck of the flamingo becomes the curved end of the car that's also the window frame
e) Alice's apron as a tray, with Flamingo's body as inspector's head and leg's as the Pink Panther's
In relation to the above, it would seem as if Alice's apron became the tray, the Flamingo's main body became the inspector, while its legs become the Pink Panther's long legs with the front of the van.
g) Hedgehog burgers?
Having worked that out, I wonder if the artist decided to turn the hedgehogs into hamburgers putting them elsewhere in the illustration
Having said what I said about the hedgehogs and the hamburger in buns, another thing to note is that the beak of the flamingo taken with Alice's head become the Pink panther's nose and the hamburger.
It would be as if the illustrator has used that section for a second time and moved it upwards.
Alice's face would become the white park of the burger bun while her hair would becomes the crust of the bun.
Alice's right upper arm becomes the glass of drink, while here it would seem as if the flamingo's main body has become the blue plate on the tray on the front of the van roof
Posted "Cover of The Panther #13 (July 1973) references Alice and the flamingo from Lewis Carroll's Alice In Wonderland (Published 1865) by John Tenniel ?" on 26th December 2020ReplyDelete