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    The Great Money Suck of '08 + one

    Hope everyone has been enjoying trading in their hard earned money for a bit of lifetime slavery! Doesn't it make you feel good inside to know our tax dollars get deposited by an unconstitutionally implemented "Federal Reserve" that isn't even federal but made up of private Illuminati banksters?

    The second piece is something I dug up and had a little fun updating. It doesn't really hit on any specific current event...until the next inevitable sex scandal.

    Hope you all enjoy!

    btw. There is a ton of really fantastic stuff being posted these days! You all getting too damn good!

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    very unique style of work here. first image sums up the 'money suck' well

    i really like the way you paint the hands and limbs. the illustration of the clouds is very pleasing too.
    I find the second image a bit more confusing, took me a second to work out the forms. but maybe that is your aim for it to be as abstract as it is. I do like your use of colour in this one and the way you've painted the spine and shoulders of the woman is eye catching.
    so when big political events occur will we see more paintings?

    check out my website:www.kbelshaw.com

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    Baravelli: Well, you didn't stay at the other college very long.
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    Man I absolutely love the first painting. I am just saying this from the customer point of view.

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