Did you know that in evolutionary terms, the dinosaur’s closest living relative is the chicken?
Get ready to set the table for Jurassic dinner.
(This is actually true.)
Forget buffalo wings. We need to host a T-Rex-wing eating contest.
And I would like the wings to come from a feathery mutant-headed dino-bird, just like this one.
Picture submitted by Friend of the Museum Heather W. and found on the FB page for Valley Vet Supply. Thanks, Heather! Keep those WTFeries coming in!
Today’s WTF-causing suggested tag from WordPress is…Art! As in, a piece of, not Art Carney, though he’s cool too (and now, ironically, also tagged). While I know the photoshoppified picture of Roostersaurus is a thing of beauty, I still would have a hard time classifying it as “art”. But hey, to each their own.
It’s a painting. Of Dolly Parton. And a moose.
That is all.
Talk amongst yourselves.
(Photo from Kitschy Living.)
p.s. I love the “suggested tags” feature WordPress has. One of the tags it suggested–for this very post!–is “cloning”. For the life of me, I can’t figure out why. Feel free to discuss.
We at the MoWTF strive to constantly provide the most exciting works that we can to you, our visitors. This is why we’re so thrilled to have found a painting that embraces the abstract ideal to perfection.
Abstract art can be viciously difficult to define. Says one art blogger, “A simple, common definition of “abstract art” is “not realistic.” Yet many artists who call their work abstract, actually do have a subject in mind when they paint. They take a figure or landscape and simplify it, exaggerate it, or stylize it in some way. They are not trying to imitate nature, but to use nature as a starting off point. Color, line, and form are more important to them than the details of the actual subject matter. They want to give a sense or feel for the subject rather than an exact replication.”
Bra. Vo! The artist calls this an “abstract painting of Jesus”. Yet we can see that the details have been either left behind or profoundly stylized so that the artist can convey his or her message. This is clearly not Jesus but rather, an almost perfect representation of Timecop villain/actor Ron Silver (who I once said hello to at a hockey game), crowned with the glorious mane that was Michael Douglas‘s Romancing the Stone hair.
“It is possible to experience a painting in such a way that you go beyond what you see…”
Jesus. Ruthless time-traveling politician. Adventurer. He is risen and READY TO KICK SOME ASS!
Painting found on etsy.