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<i>In response to David Cameron’s recent call to restrict access to online porn, we at Dazed decided to investigate the grey area between skin flicks and art in our every increasingly porn-drenched society. Hopefully, the artists below – whose works all somehow appropriate or examine pornography as a</i> …Grand Theft Auto
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Here is a Before and After of Laine 13. She is a seven foot tall acrylic on canvas. I showed her in my ICONS exhibit at Space Gallery earlier this year. I thought she was done until three weeks ago when my friend Destiny asked the question - "Is she done" in a way that meant that she did not think she was done. This was all of the excuse I needed to work on her some more. Before is to the left and that is me in front of the after. I don’t believe that a painting of mine is ever finished. I find it hard to leave them alone and frequently the result is that I over-work and destroy what I had. But I must have the confidence to believe that I can duplicate what I had or maybe even improve upon it and so continuing to work, recovering or better yet, improving what I had is second nature. Therefore screwing up a painting is no big deal. I suspect that my mental image and expectation of the painting keeps evolving as I work on it. And isn’t the goal to keep improving. My paintings tend to be layers of fresh starts. I believe I might have a finished face one day but soon I brush, flow or spill paint all over the surface, leaving traces - a template to guide the next iteration. Somehow I manage to complete the paintings I need. You can see other work at www.stoehr.us Please consider sharing this site with your friends - just click "Share" below.
The producer of The Simpsons has decided to give his vast fortune away before he dies from colon cancer.<p>Sam Simon, 58, is spending his final months …Circus
<i>“Give what you have. To someone, it may be better than you dare to think.”</i> ―Henry Longfellow<p>Generosity makes our world a better place. It improves …