"This Painting is Not Available in Your Country"

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    "This Painting is Not Available in Your Country"
    Paul Mutant, 2010.
    Acrylic on canvas.
    12" x 10" (30 cm x 25 cm)

    WWW.PAULMUTANT.COM

    But prints are available.
    vimeo.com/25789933

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    1. cszar 34 months ago | reply

      Genius.
      It says so much with so little.

    2. adsci 34 months ago | reply

      why not? if not, what isn't art either? seems to be a lot. actually all of that is art. it might be good and bad art, but its still art. and even its quality is ground for heavy debate.

    3. tfagihassan 34 months ago | reply

      It isn't graffiti, it's acrylic on canvas, you arse.

    4. designwallah 34 months ago | reply

      It's getting world wide exposure - on BoingBoing.

    5. chriswsonic357 34 months ago | reply

      Yes! I’m sick to death of “viewing rights”… national broadcasters in both Europe and the US don’t realize how much they’re limiting their audience! >=(

    6. ArtisticScience [deleted] 33 months ago | reply

      pure genius.

    7. conrado.buhrer 33 months ago | reply

      it not genious, its pure sentiment. you softy! how can you have feelings?!

    8. conrado.buhrer 33 months ago | reply

      I think he's being sarcastic...

    9. Thiefree 32 months ago | reply

      I love this. I've felt that frustration, I'm sure most of us have! Geographical limits don't make sense on the internet. We're going to have to revise copyright law in the light of this world-changing invention.

    10. AdSR on Flickr 30 months ago | reply

      Yeah, so much for globalization...

    11. Insidercat 29 months ago | reply

      I am waving for you right now, THIS is a great idea

    12. Alexandre Hamada Possi 16 months ago | reply

      dammit! it never is!

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