8/17/2009

ART LIQUIDATION SALE! EMBARASSING PRICES!


SELLING EVERYTHING TO GO LIVE IN A SHITHOLE

I HAVE PAINTINGS

DO YOU LIKE PAINTINGS?

DON'T BE A BUTTHOLE

CALL ME

"The Thousandth Floor" -- 72" x 35" --- 600$

"Happy Picture About Love" -- 60" x 24" --- 200$


"The Workweek" -- 60" x 24" --- 350$


"Sudden Change In Perspective" -- 24" x 60" --- 350$



THOSE ARE MY PAINTINGS THAT I AM SELLING

DO YOU WANT TO BUY THEM?

DON'T BE A BUTTHOLE

CALL ME


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7 comments:

  1. If there is a way I can at least buy one, I will try. ALTHOUGH I doubt I will call you. I don't call people. I am more of a texter. Haha...I will see what I can do.

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  2. Ahhhhhh I am in love with that first painting. Sadly I am negative $500 right now. No chance they'll be around in a month or so, huh?

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  3. I really wish you had prints of those that would fit in my budget. I love the first and last ones. But no monies.

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  4. Oh agreed! Prints would be amazing! The last two are my favorites.

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  5. Unfortunately prints will never happen, as they cost about a billion dollars to set up, which means I'm about 999,999,500 dollars short.

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  6. If you don't mind doing kind of budget-quality prints, or at least starting out that way, a really affordable way to pull them off is to have them printed as matte photo prints, rather than art prints. This is what I do, being cheap. :P I use ezprints.com, and have been quite happy with their prices, service, and speed. The reproduction quality is excellent and the prints are highly archival - it's just that they don't have the cachet of a print on, say, heavy watercolor paper, since they're on photo paper and have Kodak watermarks across the back. But it's great not having to worry about a pricy initial outlay. Uh, hope that might be useful?

    Because yeah, that first one is awesome.

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  7. WISH I HAD SOME FUCKING MONEY! FUUUUUUUUUUUCK!

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