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    Maybe I should investigate the collector's market

    http://www.copronason.com/Lukechueh/index.html

    This 18" x 24" Acrylic & Ink piece apparently sold for around 3k
    Maybe I should investigate the collector's market


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    You have GOT to be kidding me.

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    luke chueh has been selling remarkably similar paintings at steadily increasing prices for ages. i totally don't see the appeal but hey, well done for him, he's got something going.

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    I don't think much of the giant robot one, but the rest I really like.

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    Maybe I should investigate the collector's market
    First thing I though of when i saw it.

    I like most of his stuff, I can see the appeal. I really don't like this one though.
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    wish i could get a few hundreds bucks for my paintings
    My Sketchbook
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    "Why should I believe you? You're Hitler!"

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    So...his mom bought it?

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    Wow...

    Maybe I should investigate the collector's market
    Hey look guys he's vomitting gold. $1,100.00



    Am I missing something here?

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    Simultaneously cutesy + grotesque stuff is very in right now, look at the following of Mark Ryden. I very much doubt the majority of his fans could tell you the fine-art blabber that accompanies his art (cause they've never read anything more than a blurb, they just like the cute kiddies and cRaZyness) I think maybe the same applies here.

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