Art Basel is Miami’s attempt to be Art Hip. Wannabe New Yorkers that can’t stand the cold or the traffic put a yearly display of “art” for the moldy Camembert and lousy Cabernet crowd. And this is what passes for art.

rat pikachu


I don’t know who is the creator, but I am sure he has a weird name and dresses weird accessorized probably with a shemag sporting the PLA pattern to boot. Expect to pay at least upper 5 figures for this.

And remember, the above is art to be appreciated by cognoscenti minds and it will better the souls.  Below is just ugly redneck crap denoting ignorance.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

13 thoughts on “This is what passes for Art.”
  1. Thats a rodent of some sort “dressed” to look like pikachu from pokemon, a cartoon. Is it art… We’ll I don’t think I’d consider it that but its a pretty darn good rendition.

  2. Come on, now. Jackalopes are real. Therefore the lower (in more than one sense) item is merely representational, not brilliantly transformational.

  3. You white, cis-hetero-normative, male Neanderthals can’t see past your own privileges to understand the statement that oppressed Asian rodent makes against the patriarchal rape culture in AmeriKKKa!

    1. (I think I have myself a brain hemorrhage putting together that left-wing word salad. My head hurts and the room is spinning a little.)

      1. You left out ‘imperialism, colonialism and capitalism’ in there somewhere. 7/10, would have as college guest speaker

  4. “Pikachu! I choose you! Thundershock … ummm … everybody here!”

    Piiii-kaaaa-chuuuuuu!! *bzzzzzap!*

    (And then somewhere, for no apparent reason, something explodes in a cloud of smoke and dust. Because anime!)


  5. Someone had to explain what a picatchu was to me. Then they had to explain what a pokyman was.

    Just not my thing.

    But painting a dead rat to look like a cartoon character is art now? I wonder if I could sell a collage of toenail clipping and bellybutton lint…

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