Above, Potato; and below, a Henry Moore
I have an old lump of stilton in the fridge that looks a bit like the Lucien Freud painting of Leigh Bowery. Do I win a prize?
Potatoes are indeed very Moore-ish.
For shame, Gaw, for shame.Try the Turner, Worm.
Upmarket, you think?
I was laughing as soon as I saw the picture and title in my list of blogs to read. Why has nobody spotted this before? Tempted to say it has more 'eyes' than a Moore sculpture.
What do you think of 'tuberism' as a new art movement?
post-modern tuberism = a packet of Smash
All this talk of root vegetables and fine arts can't help but remind me of this.Probably, it shouldn't be funny but there's a kind of inspired idiocy in the details. (Why is Ian Osenthroat a funny name and why is "former photocopier salesman" perfect? Why does Minstrel Cycle make me laugh?)
New gallery...The Spud Modern
isn't it the 'Tato Modern?
With its Director Sir Nicholas Potata
Gerhard Fritter tried his hand at sculpture, didn't last, kept losing the peeler.
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