I was a little bored, so I decided to become a connoisseur of fine modern art.
Already, I have crafted a one-of-a-kind masterpeice from the delicate art style called "photography". I know that my newfound modern-art-connoisseur language may be a little lofty for the general populus with a disadvantaged sense of art, so I'll explain. "Photography" is the art of taking these things called "photographs" on what is called, in the business, a "camera". The particular "camera" that I used is called "digital". this means that it sends the image magically through a cable and it appears on what I call my "computer". But enough of the fancy modern-art-connoisseur language and on to the art!
This piece of modern art is beautifully named "Face with Churchbells in the Form of a Glass Cyllinder". The name fits the piece incredibly! Does it not just immediately invoke the emotion...of...ummm...modern-art-ness?
Quote of the Day: "The term 'dead people' is quite misleading. They're not really 'people', after all."