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Old 06-11-2019, 09:30 PM   #121
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Artinall could divvy that dropcloth up into 1ft squares and sell it to CT members as souvenirs.
But why stop there? Let's take this wider and full to the floor (maybe hidden camera footage to capture the original tortured artist at work, in essence revealing his 'technique'? I could track him down and find his next project with a fresh new clean one! ).

I'm seeing the most sought after squares among the curation, signed and numbered of course - of the wax smeared & then plumber indifferent - being bid out of reach of the everyday person. Urban american art made from some real grit. But that's not all...

Picture reflections off pc monitors and smartphones everywhere onto the faces of countless variations of plumbers blushing and smiling weakly, as they discover and become clued-in on what they've being doing...right or wrong. And why aren't they seeing their own handiwork up there? Could they be?

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Old 06-12-2019, 12:53 AM   #122
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Store that drop for when you're spraying black or dark brown and there's gonna be lots of overspray onto it. Fold it up, use it the next time you're spraying super dark colors. It'll be your designated dark color drop from now on.

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Old 06-12-2019, 04:02 PM   #123
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I'm still in the camp that once it is plumber pooed, he can have it. I ain't putting it in my rig, and I sure ain't gonna carry it arpund.

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