Nothing gives the editors over at Daily Mail more titillating pleasure than pointing out Madonna's imperfections. The very second an unflattering photo is released of her, they're on it like starved vultures. If it's not her veiny hands, it's her "bingo wings", her "gristle" (yikes), her "fearsome muscles", or her "haggard face". I suppose one could safely conclude Madonna is not well-liked by this particular newspaper. As an observer and documenter of gossip, I'm always interested in how people respond to these sorts of stories. A recent photo of Madonna's muscular arms caused a flurry of response and speculation across the internet, everything from a photographic retrospective of her biceps, expert opinions of her state of health, a handy anatomy guide, to the way her Kabbalah worship has left her Challah arms. All very interesting, but my favorite response was created by artist Kipling West. She was fascinated by the photo and created a beautiful illustration of Madonna's veins becoming roots, her hand of Fatima necklace transformed into Cthulhu, all "leading to destruction and carnage on a galactic scale".