This is Casey Neistat. He is a Youtube creator. He makes lots of money and gets lots of free toys for making random videos about his life in NYC. I suppose he is good at editing and crafting his videos but I’m not quite sure why he has so much success. He does absolutely nothing and gets paid handsomely for it. I have met more interesting people at Walmart in Warner Robins Georgia and they are all unemployed.
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This is an ironic picture of Jason with a severed unicorn head. He is wearing his signature hockey mask with blue coveralls. I have had quite a few interviews in my day and I have noticed that many times I am being judged on things that have nothing to do with how good I am at art. No bodies in my trunk tbh. Might as well play into the stereotype of people who have a lazy eye.
This is a guy wearing a white radiation suit holding some glowing plutonium with tongs. Radioactive stuff glows in the dark and it is very dangerous to all living things. It causes mutations in DNA that can kill you. Nuclear power by fission is a clean way to make energy but it is potentially very dangerous and it produces radioactive waste that lasts forever.
I did a picture of Taylor driving a beater car a while back. Here she is driving a Lamborghini with Meredith in her lap. It is a much cooler car but still in the super deformed “Micromachines” vein. I’m pretty good at painting cars. I spent about 4 years doing nothing but cars when I first started doing digital art.
I love Andy Warhol. He ranks with Piccasso and Duchamp as one of the three most influential artists of the 20th century. He destroyed painting, fineart and the concept of the artist as a singular original creative force. He also glorified the art of the mind. Fineart stands as the highest expression of western culture. And by destroying it he shows his disgust with western military, cultural and economic imperialism. This is a caricature of him with a giant scarred mechanical nose. He was extremely self conscious of his looks and it controlled his life. He wore an ill-fitting white wig and spoke in interviews with a mechanical manner. All of his artistic power came from his giant scarred red nose.
From time to time I find myself living in Walmart parking lot. It is a noisy, hot, crowded and busy place. You can be awakened by leaf blowers, the clanging of shopping carts, an occasional shouting match over drugs, errant car alarms and the sound of mechanized garbage trucks. For the most part Walmart is a great place staffed by nice people doing hard work for low wages. As the seasons change and it gets warmer in Georgia it is going to become impossible to do this.
I like Ed’s music. His new album Divide is really good. It is amazing how many hit songs he has written in his short career. He is great at performing too – he is a throwback to the 60s when music was high art and pop acts were good at every facet of making music.