Inspired by the drawings of Ernst Haeckel and fascinated by Hubble telescope images, I fashioned a cosmos put into motion by exotic Cephalopods (octopi and squids) and Scyphozoa (jellyfish).
On the left, a sun bursting with tentacles reaches out into the cosmos, beyond containment of an astrolabe. The Eye of Providence captures multiple universes in an optical illusion.
On the right, a SETI (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) satellite serves as the bell of a jellyfish drifting off, spawning new worlds. A spider spins a star-studded dewy web.
Below, mimicking the spider and atop another satellite dish, is a representation of the earth’s protective magnetic field.
Starfish, diatoms, nautiluses, and shells open up new life, probes, and worm holes. A cosmic nest bearing eggs contains assorted postage stamp images.