Again another random bit of browsing here.

“In 1981 Italian artist, architect and industrial designer Luigi Serafini published what has since remained in popular view as the weirdest book in history: Codex Seraphinianus. Filled with weird psychedelic illustrations, the book is written in a language that both doesn’t exist and can’t be deciphered.The book features all kinds of illustrations, designed in such a way that it looks like if they were made by some naturalist studying extra-terrestrial beings and nature. In this psychedelic encyclopaedia one can find hand-drawn coloured-pencil illustrations of bizarre and fantastical flora, fauna, anatomies, fashions, and foods. Surrealist scenes include bleeding fruit; a plant that grows into roughly the shape of a chair and is subsequently made into one; a lovemaking couple that metamorphoses into an alligator; etc.”

Great for anyone into surrealist art, trippy as hell.

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More pictures of the book here: