Below is my 'homage to suburbia', which I believe is French for 'a salute to the suburbs'. It's a minimalistic rendering of an asphalt street, so minimalistic the official name of the piece is " " because untitled is actually a title. Think about it*.
I think you'll agree that the results were worth the effort**, or rather you'll be impressed enough with the work that went into it to want to pay money for it. After all no one wants to purchase something that took two seconds to create!
A matted copy is $2,199.12, two for $4,398.24. Visa and Paypal accepted. Offer prohibited where prohibited.
* - or, for you computer nerds, ""
** - bad art ain't kilt no one yet
Obligatory Disclaimership: This particular post was not a comment on Steven Riddle/Tom Kreitzberg/Zippy's discussion on aesthetics. It was rather a way for me to introduce a photo (which took two seconds to compose & snap) taken on my recent photo journey.
Update: Steven Riddle emails:
I don't know if it rises to art, but I really like shadows and ordinary topics, and this one, with the stain that looked like dried vomit makes an ironic statement about suburbia that really would be worthy of a Frida Kahlo or a Ralph Vanderzeizen.My price is now $5,182.99 for a matted version...