It's a nice image and I hope you love it and it lives with you for a long time.
For me, if I see something is printed on torn book covers, or reclaimed fire escape or rescued egg cartons or puked on tramps trousers, unless they are Robinson Crusoe, I hate the artist a little bit, for being gullible, like we are.
Just me? Wadda I know? I'm a Republican (not GOP, more European definition) who had a street party 'cos I like a piss up. What a fuckin' whore...
Last Edit: Jun 13, 2012 13:59:17 GMT -8 by paulypaul
FAILE has unveiled a new sculpture that has been designed to speak to the future of Mongolia. Entitled, ‘Wolf Within’, the 5m fiberglass and steel creation was unveiled October 12th at National Garden Park, a new 1650 acre project in the heart of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
While in town for the sculpture unveiling, FAILE worked with local Mongolian artists on a mural. They stenciled an image of a young girl clutching a skateboard – a nod to the quickly modernizing nature of Mongolia contrasted by its vast unpaved landscape – on the wall of an archway located in the central university district of Ulan Bator. Each Mongolian artist worked on customizing the girl’s dress in their own style.
Give $50 or more to help folks in NY or NJ between November 13th and 18th and be entered to win a Wolf Within print.
Just email your donation receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11 PM NYC time on the 18th and also include your full name, mailing address (No PO boxes), and your telephone number. On Monday (November 19th), the Patricks will randomly draw 25 names and contact the winners by email.