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MJS Art Thread

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by Alex_Knight, Apr 25, 2003.

  1. I think MJS has a special artistic talent that needs more exposure.

    I really like the flaming cat diving off the cliff portrait that makes a pointed statement towards our society.

    Let's compile some MJS Art.


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  2. Blast

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    Gee Alex, mjs must have a headache or something. ^2
     


  3. mjs

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    This one recently went for $40,000 at an art auction:

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  5. mhambi

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    Well, if that counts, then I'll go ahead and post this one that I inspired myself to create:

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  7. Blast

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  8. This art piece is a classic for sure.

    I appreciate how it speaks to my inner feminine voice and cries out for more cost controls on tuna.

    The flames on the feline are a nice touch, speaking to unfair treatment towards Bulgarian, mentally challenged senior citizens afraid of roller coasters and french fries.

    Noticed the repressed fellow atop the bluff with the abrupt drop to the foamy sea, crying out in anguish at the travesty of learning that Jamie Lee Curtis is in fact in posession of twigs and berries.

    ;f ;f ;f
     
  9. Blast

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    Good review. Have you ever thought of being a docent or tour coordinator? You'd fit in well here at the art museum.;a

    Glad to see you didn't expire.;f
     
  10. okie

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    <p>&nbsp</p>
    <p align=center>[​IMG]</P>
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  12. David_G17

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    i thought cats always land on their feet? is he gonna make it?
     
  13. [​IMG]


    Here,

    This piece illustrates the stark contrast of todays society in that the picture is composed of Black, White, and a smattering of Red. Notice the lack of humor on the face of the victim.

    It's obvious that the artist is repressing his or her feelings for not making the Wednesday night bowling league.

    An interesting note: It's clear the artist is a cult follower of the signer Bryan Adams. I can see and hear the haughnting melody "Cuts Like A Knife", within the artwork.
     
  14. kodiak99

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    [​IMG]

    Actually I think I saw this picture as a testament in a Benchmade knife ad in the latest Guns and Ammo.
     
  15. mhambi

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    you found it!


    But where's the sheepherder thread?
     
  16. Did you look in the van down by the river?



    I think Matt Foley is in charge of it now?




    ;f ;f ;f
     
  17. Blast

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    Gee Alex, your dynasty is on the road to die-nasty.;P
     
  18. Actually, I believe Bryan Adams is a singer, but both John Adams and John Quincy Adams were signers. Haughnting? Wuzzat? [​IMG]