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    Artist Mark Khaisman works with brown packing tape on plexiglass. Amazing stuff.

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    • CommentAuthoromer333
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2008
    • CommentTimeFeb 1st 2008
    Swoonworthy. I am not usually into "let's take some random material and make stuff with it" art, but the effect here is so striking, it's hard not to like.
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2008
    The square designs remind me of Paul Klee.
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    Beautiful work - would love to see them in the flesh.
    • CommentTimeFeb 2nd 2008
    Its the evolution of cubism.
    • CommentTimeMay 25th 2008 edited
    This is more of a performance art kind of thing and also a highly recommended way to spend time with your children while camping.

    Oh relax, it's a joke. I actually had to get my son to stop laughing long enough to take this picture.

    It was funny, when the park ranger drove slowly by we had to stand in front of my son in the tree to try and block the view or we would have had some explaining to do.
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    I had deeply weird parents. They were Irish hippies who I think did a lot of the good drugs back in the 60's. They had me when they were older (mom 43 and dad 52) and I think I was something of a surprise.

    As parents they never really bothered with Dr. Spock or whatever parenting bullshit was of the moment. They were stern about lying and cheating, being a good and honest person and being kind to people. They were artists and musicians so I got to participate in their weird shit from a very early age.

    There's a picture, I wish I could find it,of my parents, dressed as punked out Martha and George Washington, burning a flag, with me about 5 years old, holding an axe in the background. Some kind of weird-ass protest against Ronald Reagan or Thatcher or something. Hippies. Drugs. Good.

    I say this because they're both gone now and when I see parents doing fun and weird things with their kids like you obviously do, it makes me smile to remember them.
    • CommentTimeJun 2nd 2008
    Just remember, kids...