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|>>|| No. 5149
I don't. He should have done a more glamourous crime. I bet John Wayne Gacy's "art" would sell for a lot more.
|>>|| No. 5150
Buy it. A decade from now, some paedo-art enthusiast will shell out thousands for it.
|>>|| No. 5151
Even better, buy it guilt-free knowing that Rolf himself won't see a penny from the sale.
|>>|| No. 5152
I bought an original Savile autograph for a fiver a year or two ago. All the others have probably been burnt by now. It shall skyrocket in price!
|>>|| No. 5153
I own paintings that I've painted. That doesn't really count though.
|>>|| No. 5154
There is a lot of nude artwork for sale on eBay, usually for 99p and of this calibre.
|>>|| No. 5156
This is a /sfw/ work board, so I'd steer clear of anything spicier.
|>>|| No. 5157
Nudity in art isn't rude, unless you're a person of indecent taste who can't appreciate it.
|>>|| No. 5158
No it's not rude, but some prissy co-worker might think otherwise.
|>>|| No. 5159
Nudity in art is so crass. Almost every modern piece has to have some woman doing the splits and showing her fanny. Maybe porn has skewed how I see things, or maybe all those page-3 girls and fanny-shots of Jordan getting out of a car has ruined it all for me, but honestly, I'm just tired of nudity everywhere.
|>>|| No. 5160
I agree. It's a new type of desperation to not be kitsch that is in itself kitsch.
There was a good programme about this on Radio 4 a while ago.
|>>|| No. 5161
The nude has its foundations in Classical art for practical reasons. Paintings usually depicted people doing things, and in order to portray scenes involving people in an ever more detailed and sophisticated way, a good knowledge of anatomy was desirable. Best way to learn anatomy was to study nudes.
There is also a long history of the nude as erotica, especially commissioned portrayals of women, but it's an inescapable aspect of human anatomy within art, not the other way around. This is why life drawing is still considered worthwhile in fine art.
I like a well done nude, but the eBay picture is a bit grotty, I admit.
|>>|| No. 5162
Also, Berger had some pretty interesting things to say, here:
|>>|| No. 5163
If anyone hasn't seen Ways of Seeing, then do so at your first convenience. It is thrilling and vital, and seems to be more relevant now than when it was first broadcast.
|>>|| No. 5165
A few Seb West originals (some painter from St. Ives in Cornwall) and a few drawings by a local artist. Also my mum draws and has a small gallery.
|>>|| No. 5168
I'm not generally a big fan of visual arts but I went to school with this artist called Rebecca Westguard and she does nudes of big fat people. That doesn't seem tasteless. I guess because they're so unsexy.
|>>|| No. 5171
From what I've seen online you can get a decent Leonid Afremov original/reproduction for about £80-£100, but it's very unlikely to have much of a resale value because he churns out so much; right now he has around 1,500 items for sale on each of his eBay and Etsy stores and his own website, although there's probably a lot of duplication between the three. I haven't seen anything else worthwhile online for under £250 and at my local art dealer you'd be hard pressed (or is it hardpressed?) to find anything decent for under £750.
|>>|| No. 5173
The sloppy nose helps too. I think this is the first time I've seen a nude of someone who's had a stroke. Either that or the artist was having a stroke while he drew it, IYKWIM.
Rolf's now up to £45, I wonder how much the nonce enablers will finally pay for it. It doesn't end until Monday.
|>>|| No. 5177
She doing it to transfer heat, to overcome the enthalpy of formation, of the reactants.
|>>|| No. 5179
I'd be careful if I were you, lad. I'm no anatomical expert but she appears to have one nubby finger and a thumb where her elbow should be.
|>>|| No. 5182
I can't wait to see my eBay "Inspired by your recent browsing history" section now.
|>>|| No. 5185
It may be his weak point. The Ancient Egyptians couldn't draw feet, pornolad can draw a clopper but can't manage teeth.
|>>|| No. 5187
If you look on the seller's eBay page you should find them; each listing has versions with and without the bright red cock.
|>>|| No. 5189
I don't understand why one of the nipples has been redded out, unless there's something utterly depraved that bumders do to them which I'm unaware of.
|>>|| No. 5191
That's exactly it, the large red box is the parcel they're about to send.
|>>|| No. 5192
I feel curiously compelled to see the uncensored version. Is this from one of those awful eBay listings? Can we have the link please?
|>>|| No. 5193
It's the same seller as the rest. Look at their other items for sale.
|>>|| No. 5194
It's under completed listings. That's why you didn't see it. I thought maybe be was licking a blobble of spunk and that's why it got censored but no, it's just a nipple.
|>>|| No. 5404
Why is most "art" online drawn by the plebs full of crudely drawn naked women, tits, cocks and fannies?
No fucking imagination.
|>>|| No. 5406
This reminds me of that Star Wars pornography by Shabby Blue. In fact it could almost be a trace.
|>>|| No. 5443
>are ya feeling lucky, punk?
The guy selling it obviously is.
|>>|| No. 5445
Don't disappear down the Etsy hole - you'll be stuck there all night at the sheer lunacy of it all.
|>>|| No. 5447
I can't figure out what the woman in the centre is actually meant to be doing and the naked woman behind her seems to have her legs somehow going through the middle of that bed. Also, the man on the left appears to have a black and white straw inserted into his skull.
|>>|| No. 5449
The questions and answers on that are hilarious.
>Q: Are rumours of this clock screaming "Fraaaannnnnkkkkk" on the hour every hour accurate or unsubstantiated?
>A: Very accurate
|>>|| No. 5451
Fucking Pat the Clock is peering out at me from my Facebook ads now.
|>>|| No. 5453
Didn't it turn out he was into weird sex games or something? I don't fancy Googling 'Paul Ross sex games'.
|>>|| No. 5457
A trademark for a type of rubber that's packed full of BPA and other nasty chemicals.
|>>|| No. 5458
This isn't even a food product and you're scaremongering about plastic? OH NO CHEMICALS DID YOU KNOW COCA-COLA CAN DISSOLVE RUST
|>>|| No. 5460
The smell alone should be enough to give you a hint that it's not a good idea to stick your dick in it.
|>>|| No. 5461
THAT'S NOT STOPPED ME IN THE PAST
ban me god please
(A good day to you Sir!)
|>>|| No. 5462
i don't understand art i dated a artist for 3 years and i have one of her collages on my shithouse wall. i like things i can tell what they are but some of her stuff was mental but she sells plenty.
(A good day to you Sir!)
|>>|| No. 5468
I realised yesterday that art occurs only in the minds of people. The creators intended meaning is irrelevant as far as perception goes. Its what we see that matters; what we make it mean. Art is a portal to our own minds. If we can-not see art in something, our thoughts are not deep enough to interpret it. To interpret ourselves.
Or is it that the creators communication of intention is art? Wouldn't that only make understandable 'art' 'good'?
I started out thinking I understood. Now I just don't know. I can see it all together in an intricately crafted maelstrom but trying to pick out a single point sends it all to chaos.
|>>|| No. 5470
Your statement rings with very similar views to that of Roland Barthes in his essay 'The Death of the Author'. Personally I dislike it because I feel it leads to an arrogance in the view that their interpretation is the truth and that the authors opinion is irrelevant.
I take the position that art is a form of communication, and all communication is ultimately an attempt to convey one set of ideas to another person which has various problems because of misunderstandings of shared meanings and bias. To me a master piece is a work that conveys the author’s intention as perfectly as possible to another mind. This line of analysis will lead you to the conclusion that James Joyce was a pretentious over rated cunt, however.
|>>|| No. 5471
I don't see what Linkin Park have got to do with all of this.
|>>|| No. 5473
I was tidying up yesterday and came across my copy of *The Art of Bruce Nicolls*. He's a schizophrenic alcoholic and it's a book of his child-like scrawlings. I bought it for £3 whilst waiting for the bus one evening in Fulham from his friend and editor of the book.
|>>|| No. 5481
Yeah thanks David we'd have figured that out if we'd cared to reverse search it.
|>>|| No. 5483
You really don't understand how the Internet works. Who writes themselves an article on Urban Dictionary? That's not that what's for. That's not what this website is for.
|>>|| No. 5484
It seems that pornolad is now experimenting with colour.
This one appears to be David and Samantha Cameron in their younger days.
|>>|| No. 5564
How easy would it be to have a go at creating my own artwork?
I doubt I've got the talent to do anything too intricate, but I don't see how something like this with a palette knife would be out of the realms of possibility with a little bit of practice and research.
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