Mushroom People Drawing
The mushroom people have inspired artists of all kinds, from painters to cartoonists. While it might be a stretch to claim the mushroom as the apex of the artistic endeavor, it is safe to say that the fungi have provided the creative juices necessary to bring about awe inspiring works of art. And, as an added bonus, they have proven to be a fun and frolicsome endeavor.
In fact, mushroom people have been a staple in a number of cartoons and in the hands of a good artist, there is a lot of room for improvisation. For example, the cartoonist may have a hard time telling the difference between a jack-o-lantern and a mushroom. Similarly, the tamer is likely to be a bit on the cautious side when it comes to mushroom consumption. Fortunately, the mushrooms can be found both in the garden and in the forest. However, if the thought of foraging for them is a little intimidating, they can be easily shipped to a local supermarket.
Another notable achievement was the discovery of the aforementioned ‘Mirror Wise Man’s Mushroom’, a mushroom found in abundance in the garden. This species is a rarity and has a name to go with it. Its other notable virtue is that it is relatively easy to cultivate. Moreover, it has a wide range of uses, from culinary to medicinal. Some experts have even christened the mushroom with the title of ‘fly agaric people’. Despite its rarity, it is not uncommon to come across an amateur who has managed to grow a few of its offspring.
And, to be fair, the aforementioned ‘MirrorWiseMan’s Mushroom’ might well be the most interesting of the crop.