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an 'improvisation' using one base layer of acrylics and one layer of painteffects done with ArtRage and combined in Photoshop.

It is rare when I do something this minimal, as I am generally wont to be additive to the point of overbearing.

Sometimes I deviate from my own script.
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... Media killings!
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Death and Hatred to Mankind...Posioning their Brain-washed minds...

Another piece from the War Pigs Series...
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Inspired by Bowling for Columbine and today's media culture. Done in Acrylic paint on wooden board.
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More like "The War OF Terror."



This painting contains the names of 170 Iraqi civilians(aged "infant" to 85 years old) that the United States has slaughtered, in the name of oil.

It would take about 12 of these canvases to include the names of every dead Iraqi civilian recorded here as of the time of original submission to dA.

As of 10/24/05, it would take a total of approximately 176 more of these canvases to write every name of every Iraqi the United States has ruthlessly murdered.

That's not even considering the hundreds of thousands of Iraqi people killed as a result of US sanctions(low estimates are around 1,000,000 deaths, and high estimates are around 2,000,000 deaths).

To use some of Bono's words...
I'm sick and tired of Americans talking about the Democratic Revolution in Iraq, and the glory of the revolution, and the glory of dying for the revolution. They don't talk about the glory of killing for the revolution. What's the glory in taking a man from his bed and gunning him down in front of his wife and his children? Where's the glory in that? Where's the glory in sending a missile down a street of homes? Where's the glory in that? To leave them dying, or crippled for life, or dying under the rubble of the revolution...
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I found it in a garbage.
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So awhile ago my dad gets this thing that says 'DO NOT BEND! PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO ENCLOSED'
me and him laughed about it for awhile and without opening it threw it in a pile of mail.
A few days ago i found it in a stack in my room, almost bent in half, and laughed my head off, before opening it and laughing even more at bush's goofy ass smile. Then an idea came to me.
The basic idea was this:
Picture + Fine tip sharpie = comedy gold.
And here we have it. I put it in traditional art because the only part i did was draw on it.
The thing in the upper right corner is supposed to be a plane launcing a missile at them, but it sucks. ignore it.
Yarr! Laura's a heroin addict pirate!
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she's waiting on water
next to heavenly things
for he's off seeing the
world that's not here

Hello Moto!

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Thank you for your comments!
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The painting symbolizes my own cancer experiences and the battle between positive and negative energies, hope and despair.
Bubbles represent the hope and belif in the future and stones and spheres represent the negative energy.

I'm working in mixed technikes such as airbrush, sponge, conventional brushes in acrylic on aquarelle papers or canvas
Keywords: airbrush stones bubbles
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this is a charcoal drawing that is about poster size. Most people would say that my humanoids are Giger-esk, and they are but I dont even look at his work. It just so happens to be.
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