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February 18, 2005

“This Is Not Art”

Magritte_pipe_1 Do Not Touch. Installation in the Energy Gallery at the Science Museum London, 2004

These are rules of thumb about color that you may find helpful

The Abu-Gharib Torture Art show

A small collection of Last Supper Parodies. (In Swedish. From ”Niblog”). The Last Supper coloring book from Last Supper Images on Google

Every Christmas, My Aunt Joan gives me a Monet calendar. After a couple years the same old paintings became dull. So she started enhancing the master's works with a variety of stickers

René Magritte - The Illusion of Reality

Plasma & glass Sculptures by Ed Kirshner. (Trouvé chez the always newly-designed ”Fish Bucket”)

You have to start small: Early works by Christo: Some Wrapped Cans and Bottles, 1958

Oil paintings by Peter Zokosky

Invitation for a Secret. Over 3000 visitors to a Washington DC arts festival picked up postcards inviting them to share a secret anonymously. Later, dozens of PostSecret cards with secrets written and/or illustrated on the back were received through the mail

Convex mirrors in Flemish art. (From the new ”Steel Deal”)

Momoyo Torimitsu: " Somehow I don't feel comfortable"

Inflatable Technologies for Sculpture in Earth Orbit. Thank you, Nick

Kidrobot presents The Dunny Show

Portraits by Judy Taylor

Many More Unusual Links About Modern Art Here

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I couldn't resist to this link: René Magritte - the Illusion of Reality. I love Magritte's paintings: the illusion, the images, the design, the colours, the symbols, the message behind them - what a wonderful imagination. The site has many of his pain... [Read More]

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Posted by: Steel at Feb 18, 2005 4:01:37 AM

I just love saying the word pipe!
What a great word!

Posted by: michelle at Feb 18, 2005 1:41:00 PM

Love all of your links and have been a serious lurker of your site and interesting links for some time now. Thank you!

Would it be okay to put your 'growabrain link' in my 'artist's links' list?

Your site is one hot place to meander!

I found you via fishbucket's site; I'm linked with fishbucket-anne.

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Thank you,

-jj

Posted by: liljiffy at Feb 18, 2005 2:48:04 PM

I heard it on NPR (Re: Post Secret) -
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4568035

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