Who Barfed on the Canvas?

Available now, this ghastly representation of the Sox’ World Championship.  For a mere $1,295 you can purchase the right to hide this thing in your basement.   

Other examples of the "artist"’s work here.  Egads.

(Oh, and P.S., someone needs serious help with their understanding of coinciding numbers)

5 comments… add one

  • SF, you snob. Why don’t you just come out and admit that with your share of the YFSF advertising spoils you’re commissioning Micheal Heiser to come to your estate and dig a 43-acre trench that reads “Theo” from the air.

    YF May 24, 2005, 10:31 am
  • Not a snob, just someone who has functional eyeballs. And since when does an 875sf apartment qualify as an “estate”?

    SF May 24, 2005, 12:27 pm
  • What “artist” composes their pictures based on union rules?
    From the Artist’s statement:
    “Where is Kevin Millar? While he was painted into the first completion of this work, he is a non-union player. So therefore, in order to be licensed by the Player’s Association he cannot appear in the print.”

    SF May 24, 2005, 2:17 pm
  • Yikes. That sound you hear is crickets chirping at Newbury Arts Fair as the limited run of 204 goes on sale. My guess is that if you give it a few months, you’ll be able to pick up one of these on eBay for about US$4.

    Spidey May 24, 2005, 7:57 pm
  • I’d love to have a “THEO” mote around the apartment here in New Haven.

    Brad-SF May 26, 2005, 3:16 am

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