July 09, 2004
Winged hippo

Don't miss this work of art at Samizdata.

But, be aware that this hippo breaks the biological rule that the Angel of the North obeys, that is to say, it has wings and front legs.

That may be your lot for today. I am shortly leaving, to attend a talk by David Carr about intellectual property, at which I am hoping to learn a lot.

So, did Samizdata have permission to reproduce the hippo? And who thought of the idea of a winged hippo first?

Posted by Brian Micklethwait at 04:05 PM
Category: Painting