Archive for ‘art’

June 18, 2017

Pass the eye bleach, please

by allthoughtswork

SpongeBob Squarepants and Patrick the starfish turned human in one artist’s head. Now, you can’t get them out of yours.

May 5, 2017

Trump as Toilet Bowl

by allthoughtswork

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I took one look at Anish Kapoor’s art installation Descension in Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York City and thought, “Wow, that looks like the swirling, sucking butthole that is American politics.”

Turns out, I was right.

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March 5, 2017

To the Right

by duncanr
December 12, 2016

Deep in the Forest stands a . . .

by duncanr

September 15, 2016

Pictures with Stones

by duncanr

I don’t have much time for ‘art’ but I love these creations by Stefano Furlani . . .

you can see more of his work here

May 27, 2016

Caption this . . .

by duncanr


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February 28, 2016


by duncanr

The idea of Beauty is born from the desire to (convey) the main emotions that every person encounters throughout his life path,” says Rino Stefano Tagliafierro who has animated some classical paintings to convey, he hopes, human emotions experienced from birth to death

this video is a short, incomplete version of the full film

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December 28, 2015

The Art of Drawing

by duncanr

this guy is a natural communicator and inspirational speaker !

November 16, 2015

A’m Dunfoonert

by duncanr

black squarepretentious prats art historians have been reeling with shock at the discovery of a racist comment hidden underneath a famous painting


I’m shocked to discover a black square painted on a canvas is considered to be ‘one of the world’s greatest artistic masterpieces‘-

May 11, 2015

Public Nudity – an Offence or Artistic Expression ?

by duncanr

man eating chickenGeorge Leverous Bennett is currently being held in an Alabama jail – facing 2-20 yrs behind bars for taking all his clothes off, then breaking into a house and eating the chicken the family were planning to have for dinner –

his best hope now of avoiding a lengthy prison sentence may lie in convincing the judge that this was . . .

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