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    I have a bunch of ideas for terrible art that I'd like to make sometime. The kind of shit that people might even be dumb enough to take seriously. I just haven't developed the discipline to maintain the persona of the serious artist. I should probably get a tatoo of a barcode on my neck or something to get that career path going.
     


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    I have a bunch of ideas for terrible art that I'd like to make sometime. The kind of shit that people might even be dumb enough to take seriously. I just haven't developed the discipline to maintain the persona of the serious artist. I should probably get a tatoo of a barcode on my neck or something to get that career path going.

    did you mean to post this in the disturbed thread?
     


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    I have a bunch of ideas for terrible art that I'd like to make sometime. The kind of shit that people might even be dumb enough to take seriously. I just haven't developed the discipline to maintain the persona of the serious artist. I should probably get a tatoo of a barcode on my neck or something to get that career path going.

    If only 2 million hipsters in and around NYC had your poise. Bravo
     


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    oy

    ugh

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    those plastic sockets really pusht it to a new level. I feel the contrast between the old sour times, and the modern days light, binded by earths limited ressources...

    Really considerin puttin some piles of colorful sand into my appartment, completly avantgarde.
     


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    those plastic sockets really pusht it to a new level. I feel the contrast between the old sour times, and the modern days light, binded by earths limited ressources...

    Really considerin puttin some piles of colorful sand into my appartment, completly avantgarde.


    is this an excerpt from that dissertation on the value of gold? how's that coming along anyways?
     


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    Are the human figures examining these things part of the display or just real people that got in the way of the photo?
     


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    Are the human figures examining these things part of the display or just real people that got in the way of the photo?
    better fwiw, i don't like the work, but you guys are so tired and uncreative that is isn't difficult to see why you have trouble with contemporary art. at least stephenhero is trying, it's just that he's trying a little too hard. to put it into terms appropriate to the thread, StephenHero is like the Banksy of making fun of art whereas you Red are maybe a painting of a wave at a crafts fair. the guy with the James Dean avatar is a stray ornamental column in a half finished mcmansion in Valencia.
     


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    better

    fwiw, i don't like the work, but you guys are so tired and uncreative that is isn't difficult to see why you have trouble with contemporary art. at least stephenhero is trying, it's just that he's trying a little too hard.

    to put it into terms appropriate to the thread, StephenHero is like the Banksy of making fun of art whereas you Red are maybe a painting of a wave at a crafts fair. the guy with the James Dean avatar is a stray ornamental column in a half finished mcmansion in Valencia.


    I always thought of myself as the collie dog with the green visor on playing poker with those cheating bulldogs and that clueless great dane.
     


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    better

    fwiw, i don't like the work, but you guys are so tired and uncreative that is isn't difficult to see why you have trouble with contemporary art. at least stephenhero is trying, it's just that he's trying a little too hard.

    to put it into terms appropriate to the thread, StephenHero is like the Banksy of making fun of art whereas you Red are maybe a painting of a wave at a crafts fair. the guy with the James Dean avatar is a stray ornamental column in a half finished mcmansion in Valencia.


    I find the fact that you take it personally funnier than anything else posted in this thread.
     


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    I always thought of myself as the collie dog with the green visor on playing poker with those cheating bulldogs and that clueless great dane.
    lol. you know those little sensors that are used to capture actor motion for CGI movies? i always wanted to attach those to players in a poker tournament and animate them as dogs for television.
    I find the fact that you take it personally funnier than anything else posted in this thread.
    i don't take your or anyone elses lack of taste personally at all. you're projecting that on me.
     


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