Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Thundersmacker, Jan 12, 2010.
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Under The Influence: He-Man Available Artwork
Most of the art shown is awesome. I would love to own some of it, and I'm not even a fan.
I'd love to see a TF version of this show.
Really good stuff!
I was pretty much done looking when I saw the nude Skeletor pose and the breastfeeding painting.
That is awesome
Some of those are awesome.
For some reason the ones I find funniest are He-man getting a haircut and Skeletor at the Dentist.
Oh and Stinkor being loved. I think its the whole iconic character thing and taking them out of context, and yet still so relatable.
Like Spikor in a balloon factory.
Liked those two that much, hm?
I think 'Cosmo Skeletor' is hilarious, since its obviously based on the infamous Burt Reynolds Cosmopolitan picture.
Quite a few of the others get downright weird...they kind of remind me of that creepy installation piece of a giant head made of melted Transformers displayed at that one Transformers 'celebration' art show. But that 'Battle Cat Statant' picture is damn gorgeous...kudos to the artist for getting ten thousand for it!
Awesome stuff there!
I've always been a fan of style of He-Man (sans furry loincloths). I couldn't imagine there would be so many artists out there to put on an entire art show. Kudos to the He-man fans for putting on the show.
Those are awesome.
Skeletor at the dentist cracked me up
Ha! "Naughty Neck" and "Prince Adam is a Jerk" both made me laugh
Definitely some really cool stuff in there.
I'm not sure if its all at the same gallery, but in the past couple years I've seen galleries for shows like this, but centred around nintendo
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and so forth. So a transformers themed art show wouldn't be out of the question by any means.
Wow, there's some really awesome pictures in there!
There are a few I wouldn't mind having.
I find it interesting that a great many of these are easily good enough to hang in many galleries and that only the subject matter would prevent them from being "fine art".
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