Something to think about

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Regret
Had to post a decent local (local to me) boy's work

Trichinosis

Here's his site if you're interested in more of his stuff:

Hatrobot



Thoughts?

Alliance
Hes got some good ideas and I like some of his style.

Bit of an agenda.

Regret
That he does wink figured posting that here might get him a few more hits. Besides some of his vids are in the attitude this forum takes from time to time

Alliance
Personal relation?

Mindship
Trichinosis, while entertaining (and biased), posts the same ol' thing (at least as I am interpreting it): capitalism is bad (at the very least, it allows for abuse...yeah, like other systems don't).

Hatrobot: very cool art, apparently expressing what many of us are aware of, whether we believe/live by it or not, and whether we express this awareness one way or another: death and suffering pervade life, life is not Disneyland; essentially(to use Freudian terminology) he is interpreting the Id through an angry Ego.

Like I said, cool stuff. I think it warrants a gallery in NYC.

Regret
Originally posted by Alliance
Personal relation?

Nah, just talked with him a few times years ago, stumbled across his site the other day. He's a good guy, figured I'd post a link to his work.

Regret
Originally posted by Mindship
Trichinosis, while entertaining (and biased), posts the same ol' thing (at least as I am interpreting it): capitalism is bad (at the very least, it allows for abuse...yeah, like other systems don't).

Hatrobot: very cool art, apparently expressing what many of us are aware of, whether we believe/live by it or not, and whether we express this awareness one way or another: death and suffering pervade life, life is not Disneyland; essentially(to use Freudian terminology) he is interpreting the Id through an angry Ego.

Like I said, cool stuff. I think it warrants a gallery in NYC.

Yeah, I think his stuff is interesting. It seems to be fairly well done, I enjoy the abstract aspects of his images.

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