Real Art: Actual Painting of the NotGraphs Logo

NotGraphs Painting

In this site’s grand tradition of “taking pictures of stuff on the author’s table or floor,” the author has provided here a picture of something on the latter of those things.

The “stuff” in question is an art painting composed lovingly by NotGraphs contributor Patrick Dubuque and then sent via US Post to the author and then placed on the author’s floor — where it remains — for the purpose of taking this picture.

As great art does, Dubuque’s piece asks the biggest possible questions. Questions like: “How does one construct meaning?” And also like: “How ought one to resolve life’s horrors and its mundanities?” And finally, like: “In what correctional facility’s art class did Dubuque craft this work?”




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5 Responses to “Real Art: Actual Painting of the NotGraphs Logo”

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  1. Dan Rozenson says:

    What NotGraphs lacks in graphs, it makes up for in pixels.

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  2. Let me know if you need a wallet, as well.

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  3. The Return of Rambo Diaz says:

    I want that on a shirt.

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  4. kdm628496 says:

    if you make them in green and brown as well, i’d buy the set of 3

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