Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Grotesque Gargoyle by dETROITfUNK
"The word "Gargoyle" shares a root with the word "Gargle"; they come from "gargouille," an old French word for "Throat." A true gargoyle is a waterspout. An unusual carved creature that does not serve that purpose is properly called a "Grotesque."
Thanks for educating us, dfUNK!
Take a look at these Grotesques and Gargoyles.
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