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Mar 24, 2011 | 3:24 PM EDT
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I was inspired by a recent modern art museum I went to. I was like 'wtf is this ****?' to most of the things, but apparently I just wasn't mature enough to understand the depth and complexity of those random blobs on a blank background. Indeed, I was asked to define what 'art' was. Angrily I went home, wondering what could possibly possess people to make such terrible artwork, and yet get so much money for them. SO MUCH MONEY. We're talking millions of pounds here! What could possibly make them want to produce this sort of 'art' ?

Any way, to cut a long story short, I thought long and hard about it and my brain exploded whilst doing so, then it suddenly all made sense. So now I, 3kliksphilip, am also somebody who appreciates and understands the fine details of modern art. And it is with great pleasure that I present to you my first (in hopefully a long line of pictures, all within minutes of each other) piece of art- 'spherical boundaries'!

At first it might seem like a grey blob on a white backdrop, but look closely and you can see clouds. You can see a hole on an otherwise perfect sheet of white. You can see an eye, staring back at you. Look further and you can see contrasts between war and peace, love and hate, and art and mess. Look even deeper and you can lollypop tree suntan block art. I hope this makes sense to you. Enjoy.

No copyright infringement of Ellsworth Kelly was intended. Sorry if you've done this one already, it's just that you've done a lot and I can't really be bothered to look through your massive archive of random shapes on backgrounds.



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