Being overrated by the art world is priceless, for everything else there's MasterCard
Post #1161 • April 21, 2008, 9:06 AM • 52 Comments
As I thumbed through this week's New Yorker, I came across a terrible self-portrait by Julian Schnabel, accompanied by a sealed envelope pasted opposite in a double-page advertisement. I opened the envelope and inside found this.
Explanation (of what, if not why) here.
Very few people have experienced the thrill of being a famous artist's muse, let alone one who is able to pack such raw emotion into every canvas he touches. Discover the winning envelope and you'll treasure both this highly unique [Nrr! - F.] opportunity and a truly original work of art to hang on your wall.
Someone please fan the copywriter before he faints.