August 31, 2006

He Knows How To Call Attention to his Work

From the sculptor who brought us Britney Spears giving birth on a bearskin rug, followed by titanically topless Hillary Clinton, he now unveils his latest work of art, a">so-called bronze cast of Suri Cruise's first poop.

This sculptor, man, he just KNOWS how to get people's attention. He's the John Mark Karr of the modern art world.

Posted by Ryan at August 31, 2006 03:33 PM | TrackBack

I was thinking about this actually when I read this post, and my conclusion is: How fucked up is this kid going to be that her parents showed off her shit to the world, before her face? How embarrassing will this be when she gets older? What the fuck kind of parents are they that they would allow this kind of exposure, and yet don't act as though they are a normal family passing around the baby photos?
(Maybe I'm getting a little shrill here, but you know what I mean?)
It is just sooo inappropriate.
And the artist? People will buy anything I guess won't they?

Posted by: Donna at September 1, 2006 05:38 AM

Oh. My.

I could do 30 posts on this...

Posted by: LearnedFoot at September 1, 2006 07:00 AM

Donna, as screwed up as I think Cruise is, I don't think the bronze shit is actually real, just as Hillary Clinton and Britney Spears didn't pose for their sculptures. The sculptor is, I believe, having some fun with pop culture.

Posted by: Ryan at September 1, 2006 07:44 AM

Anyone who's ever changed an infant's diaper knows it's not real. Infant poop is liquid or squishy (i.e. "unbronzable") until the kid starts on solid foods.

And if those were Tomkitten's doots, that kid would have to be about 250 pounds. Hell, my turds aren't that big half the time.

I like writing about poop.

Posted by: LearnedFoot at September 1, 2006 01:19 PM

Ryan, that would be poop culture.
Learnedfoot, I wondered about that squish factor myself, but there isn't one unless it's into a diaper.
And I'm glad you like writing about it you little whacko. We aim to please. LOL.

Posted by: Donna at September 2, 2006 01:51 PM
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