Rainbow fish live in the brackish warm mud puddles of summer thunderstorms. They poke their eyes up out of the water to look around and bite the toes of unsuspecting kids who splash next to them with bare feet.
This is a purple monster fish with red spines and a yellow eye. He likes to swim around in the shallow blue waters of St Martin looking for starfish to eat. Be careful not to step on him – he is poisonous.
This is a magical Unicorn Narwhal. They doot giant rainbow clouds through their blowhole. If you see one make a wish and it will come true.
Frank Zappa released Yellow Shark a few weeks before he died of cancer. It is a collection of orchestral music that he concentrated more on as he reached the end of his life. It was named after a Plexiglas fish that he got in 1988. I’m fascinated by how intelligent he was. He had the brain of a science professor in an industry famous for acid burnouts. You should watch his interviews on Youtube.
I love exotic saltwater fish – they are so glowy and and sparkly and they have such beautiful shapes and colors. I remember going snorkeling in Jamaica and having a panic attack as I looked down at the ocean floor beneath me. Swimming in such clear water in what amounts to a massive very deep pool triggered my fear of heights instantly. I had the feeling that I was flying above an alien landscape with no safety net. I promptly turned around and swam back to the boat.
This is a giant shark talking to a tiny fish in the medium depth waters of of the middle ocean. Do I have food in my teeth?
This is a fish with tiger stripes. He paints them on himself to blend in to the seaweed jungles of the steamy waters of southern Martinique. He is sure it doesn’t matter if he is hard to see because he is the only fish in the ocean.
This is an oar fish. They live in deep water and only rarely venture out into shallow water to be seen by people. They look like underwater dragons and they are supposed to be able to predict earthquakes and tsunamis.
This is a tropical fish with tribal patterns on his body. Like most fish – he is confused. Reality is too complex and too trianglely. He sometimes thinks he sees the pixels.
This is a stripped blue fish chasing after a smaller red fish – it is a big fish eating a small fish. This image represents the driving force of nature. Natural selection is what made us what we are. The brutal way nature works to design animals is, it pits lifeforms against each other in a struggle to survive. The most successful designs are the ones that survive to reproduce. It is one of the many natural forces that make life amazing and plants and animals beautiful. It reflects how Nietzsche felt about the Greeks. He saw them as tenacious predators who used their wits to survive, loved war and tragic dramas and they didn’t suffer from slave mentality – a victim’s (Christian) way of seeing the world. He was the founder of existentialism – a philosophy that urges you to take responsibility for your situation. It is a worldview that stems from Darwin’s origin of the species by natural selection.
Spamfish is a great streamer on TWITCH. He is from England and he is an interesting guy who is great at talking. This is an avatar I did for him back in 2015.
This is a blue barrel eye fish. The are incredibly cool real fish that have a transparent head and false eyes on the outside and real barrel shaped eyes inside their head. They actually look through their forehead and resemble some sort of alien robot submarine.