Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for January 10, 1993
Calvin: This is my latest snow sculpture. Hobbes: Where? Calvin: All of this! Hobbes: But you didn't do anything. Calvin: Right. Art is dead! There's nothing left to say. Style is exhausted and content is pointless. Art has no purpose. All that's left is commodity marketing. Consequently, I'm signing this landscape and you can own if for a million dollars. Hobbes: Sorry...it does't match my furniture. The problem with being avant-garde is knowing who's putting on who.