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Yeah, but does it move me?

but is it art? December 16, 2004 posted by

Artistic license.

A Painting a Day. Great blog with a great idea from Duane Keiser. Except everything seems to sell out instantly!  For this blog I’m going to try to make a painting each day (starting 12/10/2004.) Most of the paintings on this blog will be postcard-sized oil sketches (I call them Postcard Paintings.) I paint them on site, using a modified cigar box as an easel. Occasionally I may post a larger, more finished painting, in which case I’ll include the…

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but is it art? December 13, 2004 posted by

Sushi clock.

The Sushi Clock. $260.00. Don’t be fooled by cheap imitations, this little beauty is made from ‘authentic pieces of hand-crafted wax sushi’ . Yum!  Featuring authentic pieces of hand-crafted wax sushi, specially coated for long life, this amazing clock faithfully replicates a tray of tasty take-out sushi. To complete the illusion, the hands of the clock are chopsticks, and the second hand is a toothpick. The sushi is amazing, too, created by top-name Japanese wax food artsists [sic] at Maizuru…

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but is it art? December 10, 2004 posted by

Artistic domain.

Domain Art. Domain names as art. Fascinating concept. I think it goes something like ‘buy the artistic representation of the domain name and get the actual domain name thrown in as part of the deal.’ I think.  The buyer of each work in the Domain Art series becomes the legal owner of the web address and the global real estate that makes up the title and image of the art piece. As well as existing as a digital online installation each artwork…

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but is it art? December 7, 2004 posted by

Images galore.

Yet more free photo sites. and StockVault. Well, I think it’s fairly safe to say that the world is never going to be short of a free image or two again. Much more interesting, though, is the ArtBitz site, which offers real live illustrations for very reasonable prices. Super hand drawn clipart if you will, like the fabbo surf scene above. It’s a small collection right now, but still worth a look. 

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but is it art? November 29, 2004 posted by

Cap’n Nemo.

Nemo Gould likes robots. In particular it seems that he enjoys making sculptures and masks which reflect the genre. And who are we to argue, eh? Prices on application.  Oh, and did we mention that a lot of them move too?

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