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Panasonic Lumix: because nothing is art anymore.

An admittedly funny spot (“How did you compensate for the diminished light?” “Very well. Thank you.”), Panasonic plays up the generations-old stereotype of all art snobbery as wine-sniffing receptions to admire the emperor’s fancy new robes. And while I’d like to not get huffy about the simplemindedness of these phony photography aficionados, I would like [...]

Napoleon

By Joseph L. Griffiths: This man has some other wonderful works, like Drawing Machine #1 (To Your Heart’s Content): (via It’s Nice That)

Wishing I could afford art

I’m a big fan of what little I’ve seen of Mauro Baiocco, whose work I first saw at the 6×6 Gallery last year. He creates wonderfully dark/adorable calacas in various costumes, usually something bestial – in the case of The Guardian below, a be-antlered, indifferent skull with lavish (faux?) fur coat and dead birds (perhaps [...]

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