Oh great, pictures for sad children has fallen down the internet memory hole.
Yeah, and even archive.org doesn't have it because of their despicable robots.txt retroactive credulity.
Apparently someone exhumed it and put it into a torrent with the license plate number 0066ADD1094E97C35EF9C03324D04F164C8D51E2.
I feel kinda bad for John Campbell, the artist. He got in over his head with his kickstarter campaign, blew peoples' pledges on subsidizing his cost of living instead of the promised backer rewards, and ultimately collapsed and withdrew from the Internet entirely. That said, it was kind of a dick move to delete all of his work from the web.
IIRC, he also burned a book- and posted a video of it- every time someone sent him an e-mail about getting the books out.
"All right: I want direct funding for my living necessities. I want to establish relationships with a group of people who can pay for my baseline needs like food and rent. I am looking for people who do not feel they need to see any “return” on their “investment.”"
That line always bugged the hell out of me.
Was that what it sounded like to die in the forties in a concentration camp?