Today’s “Art” (1st April 2016)

As I mentioned earlier today, I have decided to use the beginning of this new month as an opportunity to break free from the bourgeois shackles of traditional art and become a conceptual artist instead.

I present two of my inaugural conceptual masterpieces here today: “Yearning Of The Cosmos For The Zeitgeist Of Postmodern Thought ” and “Gossamer Memories Of Paperback Perdition”.

These works form two halves of a coherent whole and are a post-structuralist critique on the existential meaninglessness of traditional knowledge forms, as well as a sharp critique of the shape of Anglican church collection plates in the years 1901-1903.

Lest these bold anti-capitalist works lose any of their inherent multi-million pound value, this two-part masterpiece will not be released under a Creative Commons licence of any kind.

Happy April Fools' Day everyone :)

Happy April Fools’ Day everyone πŸ™‚

(Happy April Fools’ day everyone πŸ™‚ Don’t worry, I’ll post some real art here tomorrow.)

5 comments on “Today’s “Art” (1st April 2016)

  1. TheDoxieTruth says:

    Lol you defiantly got me!

  2. babbitman says:

    Ha! After our discussion of conceptual art, I was immediately highly suspicious! So today’s art is actually a satirical conceptual piece about conceptual art. Very meta.

    • pekoeblaze says:

      LOL!! Yeah, I couldn’t resist making a parody of conceptual art for April Fools’ day, but I didn’t expect it to turn into an actual piece of conceptual art, let alone two LOL!!!!

  3. I’m relieved! It’s hard to tell a parody of conceptual art from actual conceptual art because it’s such a joke already.

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