Post #1059 • September 21, 2007, 7:28 AM • 20 Comments
Condolences to our good friend Ryan McCourt, whose Ganesha sculptures will be taken down under pressure from Albertan Hindus. The story made the Globe and Mail (via AJ), and of course Studiosavant is all over it. Artblog.net continues to support the unfettered depiction and display of all mythical figures and events, including those of living religions.
In other news from the swelling ranks of the easily offended, a Connecticut school teacher has resigned over giving an intelligent comic to a
thirfourteen year old girl who consequently was exposed to pictures of breasts. Salacious images available. Turgidity-inducing stuff, no?
Dangerous Chunky is back.
"It seems as though the only people who put out manifestos these days are designers and serial killers."
"Subtlety has never been my hallmark. Cartoons only work UNPARSED. Unexamined. Un-deconstructed. Two weeks ago the Today Show spent 10 minutes doing exactly that with the Opus Muslim strips, and it was like watching someone try to iron wet toilet paper." Berkeley Breathed in the WaPo. Or not, as the case may be. (Journalista)
Necee Regis, jet-setter and friend of Artblog.net, explores the Princes' Islands in Turkey.
I can run, but you can't hide.