He was a modern moth, luna but not lunatic. There was some ticking and tocking, for to be sure, but nothing to be concerned about. He had his tiny lamp and his feathery antennas to keep him on track.
The ephemera: Original Page from a Canadian School Atlas from 1878; high quality reproduction of a natural history illustration of the Luna moth, on 100 % rag paper.
The found objects: antique watch face; tiny vintage light bulb; peacock plumes and tiny metal bits from an old royal typewriter.
Size: 6 inches square on wooden block