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#80 - dtcrawl (04/04/2013) [-]
Saw this in an art museum in Charlotte a couple weeks ago. You think I'm kidding though
User avatar #99 to #80 - impaledsandwich ONLINE (04/04/2013) [-]
It represents the gullibility of today's society and the petty arbitrariness of our economy. The line symbolizes the divide between art and **** , and its small presence on the page implies that that line is fading away. The things on the ends draw one's eye to the piece in the first place, perhaps representing the impact of advertising and believing what one is told to believe, especially about art. The fact that no effort was put into the piece suggests a challenge, maybe an insult, to the mainstream, rejecting even quality to be truly unique.

In summary, it's **** and the artist knew he sold **** .
#114 to #99 - curses (04/04/2013) [-]
I got a better word for that artist. SCAM ARTIST.
User avatar #96 to #80 - mondominiman (04/04/2013) [-]
It's obviously captures the essence and characteristics of line in all it's perfection.
User avatar #92 to #80 - Sockopolis (04/04/2013) [-]
Come on, man. Cant you see how it represent the gay pride movement in south africa? That is deep stuff.
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