The Wonder Woman of Willendorf



The Venus of Willendorf (right) is a stone statuette dating back 23,000 years and found near the Austrian town of Willendorf. Archaeologists have studied it at length and speculated about its significance in the history of women and religion. Artist David Chelsea offered this modern version depicting Wonder Woman. He plans to auction it off next month to benefit domestic violence shelters in Portland, Oregon.

Link via Comics Alliance | Information about the Venus of Willendorf | Image (right): University of Evansville

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