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also one of these, sort of. except that I am still in school (senior, illustration) and it’s so demanding that I never post, so I guess I’m disqualified from what indiebeans was trying to get at on pretty much every level. sorry indiebeans!
These are the troubled inner-city kids who everyone’s given up on, right? Someone call Sandra Bullock!
goddammit, I’ve ruined everything.
They are in England, so that us the lorry seat of the wheelie car.
Is this Lady GaGa?
I sent this song to my 58 year old conservative mother and even she liked it.
So the popularity of quicksand is sinking, you say?
This is not a subway station.
This is a subway station.
I’ve been in 20 minute traffic jams and wanted to abandon my car.
“We’ve got freedom of religion, I understand”
NO YOU DON’T. YOU OBVIOUSLY DON’T.
p.s. hears you hears you hears you hears you hears you hears you hears you hears you hears you
you’ve got to admit, that shit is baller.
I don’t think that the issue with your post is that depressing things can’t be funny. It’s more that you made this sudden tonal shift that seemed to be intentionally sobering rather than humorous and I don’t think anyone is in the mood for that. It would probably be best to let it go.
Also, recommended reading: artinfo.com write up. the artfagcity.com one is sure to be good too when it goes up. These are funny and condescending blogs about art (at least as far as this show is concerned).
worth noting: Simon de Pury is a Prince fan?
I don’t understand the downvote. I thought it was funny.
“A young Jedi named Darth Vader, who was a pupil of mine until he turned to evil, helped the Empire hunt down and destroy the Jedi knights. He betrayed and literally murdered your father.”
His dad made him record this song after coming home to find the walls covered with crayon drawings. A bad bad man indeed.
I couldn’t take it seriously for other reasons.
It was Socrates’ cave. There’s a reason that Plato’s cave is so much better known.
Once you’ve tasted fried whore you just can’t go back to regular whores.
Because you’re in jail.
I think the problem with Work of Art, I’ve come to realize, is everything. There aren’t any good artists on the show. Not really. The standard of criticism from the judges is also really low, and very narrow. They use “literal” like it’s a bad word. sometimes literalness can be powerful! For example, in a revealing autobiographical context, it can make it feel all the more intense because the artist is exposing himself in an honest way without hiding behind abstraction. The real problem with Mark’s piece wasn’t that it was too literal, it’s that it was fucking clichéd. It is absolutely impossible to interpret “heaven” literally. That is absurd.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is 11 years old.
The good news is that Snookie gave the DOW a much needed bump.