Hello cats and kittens. I’ve been afk for quite some time, but fret no more. Underwater Madness is back in action–but this time I’m not drowning my sorrows in the coffee-saturated streets of the Pacific Northwest. I’ve moved to more tropical climes, to discover new species of creatures with unendurable lives and innumerable regrets. Stay posted for more weird art–this time from Jeju Island in South Korea!
Once upon a time there was a lonely little pufferfish. He thought life was pretty much the wrong side of a wedge of cheese. And, convinced that he would never find love, he puffed his sorry bum across the oceans, inventing new names for nihilism and imagining himself pretty clever.
Sometimes life surprises you though, and no amount of philosophical training can prepare you to ignore the first glimpses of love. One day our little pufferfish found it–a hopeful little heart glowing in the deepest reaches of the sea (geographers have since found that the only place conditions are perfect for love is in those underwater caverns too deep for people). He puffed up with joy and went in for a kiss-