… through the eyes of our second year intern!
Hey loyal readers, it’s Will Robertson again! You might remember me from my internship last summer. Well, I’m back and bloggin’ away again!
As a second-year intern, I feel like I’ve gained a general grasp on how things around the office work, or at least how to keep them running (The crucial distinction being that one requires a constant, vigilant effort).
However, no matter how long I spend at Zemoga, there are some things I think I’ll never understand. I’ve photographed some of the more mysterious objects around the office to share with you!
Adorning the wall of the soon-to-be studio room, a masterful rendition of a gleeful clown being consumed by a Lovecraftian creature named the Bahl Cral resides. Everyday I pass his sad eyes and his extended hand begging for my help. If I had free time with which to muse on it, I might consider it tragic. But I don’t.
Sitting atop the 500 pound wagon-wheel rocking chair (It’s a mystery in itself how we got this beast to the 10th floor) is one well used bullfighter cape. I’m told this is an artifact from some time DJ and Pardo spent in the bull ring…
Hidden away in the shadows of the farthest reaches of the office, in a forsaken corner so black that you can even see the beast unless you are standing right over it lays this waking nightmare: