It works at the supermarket…
Painted using eight kinds of toxic petroleum product paints.
I don’t thing you’ll sell either one. That’s a high price for a painting of a bowl of fruit.
Ah! Fruit Verité!
Every time I’m at the market I see the “Organic” sign on various fruits/vegetables, and the jacked up prices!!!
ESG in action
Bull$#!+ is as organic as it gets.
This seems kind of surreal … but also so very real.
Or buy the NFT.
The Fungible Token is less valuable?
The Whole Foods gallery.
What amazes me is there always seems to be too many people (with way too much money) willing to buy trash at outrageous prices.
PT Barnam was right
The lessons he learned working at his father’s used car dealership have been invaluable in this new career.
The higher the price.. the more likely it is authentic art.
So – line forms for suckers on the right?
Anybody that falls for that nonsense is a fruit short of the loom
A well done painting can represent many hours of highly skilled labor. Of course, the artist wants to compensated for that. And selling through a middleman is going to raise the price even further. That doesn’t necessarily make it worth the price for a potential buyer, but it does help to put art prices in perspective, if only up to a point.
All of which begs the question: if the forgery is indistinguishable from the original …
Perhaps it can be made to be worth more (to some people) by including a fungible token.
Wouldn’t be at all surprised that there are muggles who would fall for this.
Do you want it wrapped? No I’ll eat it here.
Whoever buys that is gonna have a bounty on them.
Pass, I’ll wait for the vegan gluten free picture please.
When Society Collapses and we resort to Cannibalism, Vegans will be the closest thing we will have to Grass fed Meat.
One time I had $501. One time I had $1501.
Typical art crtic/commentator w@nker