Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
When you drink the water, remember the river.
When you see stuff like this done manually, requiring high levels of skill and technique, THATS way closer to 'art' than some laser cut offering, guided by a computer.
Whether it's done by hand or not ir irrelevant, it's not art. It's obviously very trashy. You'd find it (not selling) at a swap meet.
you guys (6:24 pm and 12:17 pm) are ridiculous. An artist created the design and decided to use a laser as a tool to make a product out of his/her art. Hang on, lemme write this note on a piece of paper...it will have more meaning or purpose that way....better yet, let's go back to crushing berries for our paints, and digital art is not art....we MUST use only canvas and paper....grow up.btw, while one person has their own idea of what real "art" is (anonymous 12:17pm) another may think quite the opposite. "it's obviously very trashy"....I suppose you might just know what sells at a swap meet....and that's probably because you're an expert at swap meets...it's where you buy the pieces for your massive art collection.
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