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I ended up having an art trade with Turned out to be really cool

I ended up having an art trade with Turned out to be really cool


The following images are of my Devil-Man lure. He turned out real cool. Carved cedar, hand cut tin propellers. He really throws up a lot of water.

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The following images are of my Devil-Man lure. He turned out real cool. Carved cedar, hand cut tin propellers. He really throws up a lot of water.

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While skewering the art world's pretensions, Banksy has maintained an activist's belief in the power of images to effect change.

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Longing and whimsy, innocence and experience, irreverence and wit, as well as a penchant for the purely zany, coexist in Banksy's work.


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After that we got on track with a few dozen poses and ended up with something that really wasn't too far off from my original idea.

This cartoon from Harper's Weekly depicts how opiates were used in the 19th century to help babies cope with teething. (Harpers Weekly)

I ended up having an art trade with . Turned out to be really cool,

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The result is a chickenhawk nation in which careless spending and strategic folly combine to lure America into endless wars it can't win.

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... producing a total of 26.2 win shares — but the Magic have not made the playoffs since this trade, and have started the rebuilding process over again.

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