Meet Mollie Brown, a
Let me clarify that. She is a VOMIT ARTIST.
I am not kidding.
She drinks a glass of colored milk,
and then proceeds to VOMIT it up on a piece of white canvas,
and call it ART.
Brown says: “I drink colored milk — the process is not painful but after several hours of vomiting it can take its toll, which is why I limit the number of colours I use. … The use of canvas is a natural progression from my early performances. I started puking down myself in various outfits, but wanted more longevity from the end result.”
Okay. I try to appreciate all kinds of art, but this? Uh, no. First off? The smell. It's GOT to smell. Does the smell linger? Just talking about this? I am sick to my stomach.
BTW, Brown puked all over Lady Gaga's dress during her Monster Ball Tour.
Click here to view a video of Millie Brown at work. It's too gross to have on my blog. Watch it if you dare.
Now THIS artist, Judith G. Klausner, has true talent. She carves portraits in the cream of an Oreo cookie, using tools such as toothpicks, straight pins and a balled-tip sculpture stick. Look at these beauties!
Now - this is a talented artist! And one with willpower! My cookie wouldn't last!
Okay. How about a necklace made out of human hair?
A 23-year old art student from Cambridge, England, named Kerry Howley used the cut off hair from her mother's friend. Kerry was inspired by wallpaper patters, and using broken saw blades, she cut and wove the strands of hair into abstract shapes. Each necklace took over 60 hours to create.
Don't you think that would itch like crazy? You know how when you have a stray hair and it bothers the heck out of you? Look at all the stray hair surrounding the necklace. Either the necklace is shedding, or this gal has a hairy chest!
What say you? Do you like this crazy fad or what?