Le Poulpe Gargantua
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I created Le Poulpe Gargantua for the HAI and Little Chimp Society’s Jules Verne Expo at the Framer’s Gallery in London, inspired by 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. I named it Le Poulpe Gargantua after the giant octopus (not squid) from the novel and I added some of those nifty bioluminescent creatures that make their own light for an added layer of mystery. Other wonderful artists’ work can be seen at the #JulesVerneExpo hashtag on instagram and in person @TheFramersGallery April 9th through 12th.



Jorge-Luis Mendez
Illustrator
New York , USA
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I am an illustrator working out of New York City. Within my art, I explore the uniqueness of identity, the magic of childhood, and the unnerving relationship between fantasy and h… Show more.

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