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What I meant was

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009 | No Comments »

We have featured the great work of Michael D’Antuono before. Now, he sends in second piece to help those who were misinterpreting the previous work: “Not wanting my original message to get lost, I created the second piece titled “…what I meant was…” for those who couldn’t see past the religious symbolism in The Truth”. Jump inside for more!



Expectation Project (650 tons of sand)

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009 | 2 Comments »

And now an art piece of extraordinary size. Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada writes in to tell us about EXPECTATION: “a large ephemeral sand painting portraying the likeness of Barack Obama, located in the Catalan city of Barcelona. It was created before the 2008 US presidential election using a large-scale vector graphic, a GPS topography system and approximately 650 tons of sand.”



Archival Etched Glass (TM) – Dimensional Imagery (TM)

Saturday, March 28th, 2009 | No Comments »

Daniel Parry must really love  trademarks (TM). Just read what he sent in: “Archival Etched Glass ™ Dimensional Imagery ™ by Artist Daniel Parry. Archival Etched Glass ™ Dimensional Imagery ™ original artwork by Artist Daniel Parry. This dramatic artistic Tribute to the President of the United States, ” Barack Obama ” features the innovative and original Archival Etched Glass ™ Dimensional Imagery ™…” Yeah that’s where I stopped reading too.

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Folk Art Obama from Nepal

Friday, February 13th, 2009 | 2 Comments »

Michelle Page writes in: “These are part of a limited edition (28) of portraits of Obama painted in November, 2008, in Kathmandu, Nepal by 10 signboard artists. They are approximately 12′ square, synthetic enamel on metal. They are an expansion of the Danger Dog project, helping endangered signboard artists to keep practicing their craft in the age of digital technology. They are available for sale at the Santa Monica Museum of Art and on my website.” More inside!



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