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In 1987 Ian Astbury – lead singer of the Cult and noted theoretical physicist – posited the idea of an Affection Disruption Device, a.k.a. a “Love Removal Machine.”
Pictured here in one-point perspective (standard presentation for most Western Cold War prototypes; the Soviets tended to use papier-mache) is said weapon; the original plan was to take dogs that had washed out of the Apollo space program, teach them to hate Communists, then parachute them into the Soviet Union attached to this bark-activated weapon.
The fall of the Berlin Wall ultimately prevented the Love Removal Machine from making it to the mass production stage, which is odd, since even after the Cold War ended Western military spending stayed at pretty much the exact same fucking level.
Inkscape, 2017, Kyle Murphy.