Don't try this at home -- a recreation has failure written all over it.
Just as the news that George Zimmerman has been granted bail has hit, artist Michael D'Antuono's painting reflecting the killing is circulating online. Entitled A Tale of Two Hoodies, the picture not so subtilely hints at the fundamental issue of Trayvon Martin's death.
This still life of rotting strawberries is part of a
disgusting thought-provoking new series by Klaus Pichler called One Third, created as a commentary on global food waste. According to the UN, one-third of global food production isn't eaten, and the largest portion of the waste occurs in northern industrialized nations.
Shut Up And Take My Money of the Day: For his thesis show, "The Dagnabit!!!," Savannah College of Art and Design MFA candidate Britt Spencer created a very special centerpiece consisting of a McDonald's food pyramid topped with a fully functional ketchup fountain crest.
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Born Every Minute of the Day: Having pledged $10,000 in support of James Franco's Museum of Non-Visible Art, "new media producer" Aimee Davidson has become the proud owner of a one-of-a-kind piece of non-visible art entitled "Fresh Air."