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    Fecal Face (ART website.)

    It's an art website: Fecal Face

    Some of the art on here is really interesting an unique, when it comes to portraits. But then there's a lot of paintings with just, random animal parts and objects intertwined or skewed to each other amidst vibrant color. I don't understand it, is it the composition or something that makes it "good"? What is this style called?

    Example: Henry Gunderson

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    I'm relieved that there is in fact no traces of feces on that site.

    It's actually very good.

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    Composition, color, weight, balance, ideas.

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    Thank you for bringing this website to my attention! Its got a lot of great and inspiring art on there
    I like it because you have to look deeper into the pictures to understand them, also the way he has planned out his pieces make them even more interesting.

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    I think a lot of it falls under the blanket of "pop surrealism" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop_surrealism

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