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“Pandora first thought they were butterflies, the dozens of winged  creatures that flew from inside. She reached for them. Then she caught  her breath. Horrified. Each winged creature had the face of a demon.  Pandora was paralyzed with disbelief as they flew from the box, hovered a  moment so she might look into their empty eyes, then disappeared  through the window, out into the world.”– From Cynthia Rylant’s Beautiful Stories of Life: Six Greek Myths, Retold - Illustrated by Carson Ellis
via Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast and their excellent interview with one of my favorite illustrators, Carson Ellis.

“Pandora first thought they were butterflies, the dozens of winged creatures that flew from inside. She reached for them. Then she caught her breath. Horrified. Each winged creature had the face of a demon. Pandora was paralyzed with disbelief as they flew from the box, hovered a moment so she might look into their empty eyes, then disappeared through the window, out into the world.”
– From Cynthia Rylant’s Beautiful Stories of Life: Six Greek Myths, Retold - Illustrated by Carson Ellis

via Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast and their excellent interview with one of my favorite illustrators, Carson Ellis.

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