Hey, I am a good friend of the artist who made the Destroyer of the Void artwork, and I told her about this post and she was laughing because she had been a massive Ween fan in highschool (still is, but not like she had been), but she hadn't seen or heard anything of Ween pretty much since that time, so it is a pretty funny/strange coincidence. I have a great story about the making of the album art because I saw it all come together, and it was a pretty amazing experience. I also nearly caused there to be NO album art because I spilt tea on art that she had been working on for months, and she had to recreate a lot of it the same night she was leaving on a flight to vietnam, she didn't sleep at all! She had the idea of a six eyed bull with each eye of a different animal and different landscapes and stories from the songs inside the eyes. Years ago she had drawn a sort of lion, mixed with some other kind of creature (many people want to get that lion tattoo, including me!) with the six eyes for Eric Earley, and so the bull was a version of the earlier drawing. She showed me how the dragons are made of plants native to the NW and she was most exited about the back where she has plants growing from the bones, and she just showed me yesterday that the skull is reversible, when you flip it, it has twin figures in prayer, and on its side it a landscape. Pretty cool. Here's her website: www.artdelili.com She is a pretty amazing artist and writer. She is half guatemalan and grew up here in the NW and in a village in guatemala with no electricity, I think a lot of her upbringing shows up in everything she does.