Here we see the reclusive North American JBessoff laboring intensively at what we can only surmise to be some sort of endemic artistic ritual. It is rare to find such a species away from it’s habitat. We at the Victorian Identification Society for Native Species refer to this collection of paper, glue, toys and various ephemera as a “make-shift animation studio.”
The interesting thing to note here is the fact that there are three distinct animation sets on three separate tables. The behavior of the JBessoff is often a delightfully perplexing riddle to solve. It is this casual observer’s deduction that the creature is attempting a deep forced perspective shot inspired by the iconic work of Douglass Trumble.