Monday, August 24, 2009

Montgomery Art

Montgomery Art is a daring and awe-inspiring new Fine Art initiative from our friend, LEGO enthusiast Alex.
Apart from him coming dangerously close to revealing personal details about one of his models, I have a very good feeling about this new gallery, and I think it could become very successful. You heard it here first.

posted by Eolake Stobblehouse @ Monday, August 24, 2009   11 comments links to this post

11 Comments:

At 24 Aug 2009, 22:41:00, Blogger Alex said...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lady_Grey_(tea)

 
At 25 Aug 2009, 02:09:00, Anonymous Yabel Kaache said...

Another example of creative entropy.

 
At 25 Aug 2009, 02:49:00, Blogger Alex said...

Maybe, but at least it's given me something to do when I am not feeling creative. :-)

 
At 25 Aug 2009, 09:26:00, Blogger eolake said...

Personally I think it's an early sign of digital art finally entering maturity.

 
At 28 Aug 2009, 03:01:00, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yabel Kaache's sister is the number 3 hooker in Kazakhstan.

 
At 28 Aug 2009, 03:21:00, Blogger eolake said...

You're not happy until you've left a little smelly, runny pile on every carpet in the house, are you?

Did you ever try growing as a person?

 
At 28 Aug 2009, 12:33:00, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why don't you lead the way? You haven't grown as a person at all in the time you've been running this blog. You never listen to anyone. I'm not talking about me. Anyone. You will continue to believe the things you've always believed. Whether we're talking about supernatural nonsense or about art. You are probably virtually the same person you were 30 years ago. So, maybe try following your own advice.

 
At 28 Aug 2009, 14:32:00, Anonymous bob goodman said...

I thought this was interesting, a quote by art critic Robert Hughes:

"Some think that so much of today's art mirrors and thus criticises decadence. Not so. It's just decadent. Full stop. It has no critical function, it is part of the problem."

 
At 29 Aug 2009, 22:11:00, Blogger Jimbo said...

I remember Hughes from the documentary "Crumb." I'm not sure what he's really talking about here though.

Btw anybody who hasn't should see Crumb.

 
At 29 Aug 2009, 22:28:00, Blogger eolake said...

Yes, not a bad docu, that.
I read that Crumb was so shy about his revived fame after the movie that he changed his look totally, to not be recognized.

 
At 30 Aug 2009, 02:32:00, Blogger Jimbo said...

I hadn't heard that, but it explains the beard.

 

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