Just two new images on Ebay this weekend (though plenty of unsold ones from previous weeks so feel free to take a look.)
Out of the whole island one specimen was chosen for numerous inscrutable reasons. Dissected, photographed, placed under a microscope, photographed again, each part labelled, each purpose defined, eventually broken down into smaller and smaller pieces - they tested it's reactions to different chemicals and tested it's reactions to fire, water and frost. All results were logged into the central database. Essential knowledge for the completion of colonization.
It's important to analyze all the minute details from a distance before arrival. Understand the new environment. The new place looks like a writhing mess of snakes locked into copulation. A vast accumulation of mould growing on fast forward. The place certainly needs to be cultivated and put into nice organized meaningful blocks. Life can't be anything unless it's made logical, rational and real. Above all it's best to be civilised. Tidy and straightlined. Heaven forbid anything should have creases on it. We must remain flat and print like. In tidy box frames and mount board. Content can no longer be important. Everything is about borders and containment. Careful not to spill. All surfaces must remain clean. All walls must look normal.