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    So what do you think about Pricasso?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stgodd View Post
    I like it.

    Imagine looking at one your parents made? Imagine seeing your conception on the wall in paint!
    "Hey Timmy, have you shown your little friends your conception wall already? , its was so special for me and daddy"

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    A boy and girl in my highschool art class (yes...about 15/16) did this for a project and got very good responses from my teachers..I don't think this is a new idea at all, but it is interesting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frostblade View Post
    So what do you think about Pricasso?

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    Now that's just dangerous. I hope he knows not to use any cadmium colours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Kobryn View Post
    I actually kind of like it. It's more visually and conceptually interesting than a lot of abstract art nowadays.
    me too, i like to watch others bang.
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    I think it's a fun idea and quite harmless. As long as no one comes around claiming it's a "deep and perplexing exploration of the human psyche which illustrates our fear of the unknown" or something else I'm allright with it... Why you'd pay the guy a bunch of money for something you can do for a lot less at home I'm not sure though.
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    "High art" is now just a code word for "do sum' trolololo squiggle, say it's a depiction of Christ's unmentionables as a brilliant commentary on contemporary society, get art community backing and the nouveau riche will buy whatever".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randis View Post
    me too, i like to watch others bang.
    With this art, you definitely get more bang for your buck. :-)
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    he should sell the making of DVDs
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    Hey, the people making them seem to be having fun, which is more than I can say for some couples walking around galleries at times.

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    Im afraid to ask how this guy gessos his canvas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blogmatix View Post
    Jackson Pollock when not too drunk to get it up... :-)
    I loled.

    My thoughts on nude people painting via sex don't even care imho its missing that originality spark, I'd be more intrigued if an artist used his genital to paint perfect copies of other paintings. ( that would be cool >: 9)

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    Heres a quick, one colour design i came up with for one of my previous bands "The Cold Front"
    We played the Death/core style/genre of metal hence the spikey nature of the drawing.

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