Tag Archives: worst art

Philadelphia

BSWAM (Bartender’s skills with a Manhatten) sent a wonderful series from Philadelphia. Here’s a couple. A wonderful public artwork celebrating looking up kids’. Apparently they were roped off, so he couldn’t get the traditional closeups. And one of their celebrated … Continue reading

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GI

Edward De Bozo documents an undocumented soldier in Nannup. From the soap makers war perhaps? I thought it was all hippies down there.

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Does the aboriginal have a future?

That was the disturbing (1977) question that Shazza came across (while apparently creeping the houses of shut ins and hoarders), in O’connor (?) Absolutely! Contends #NF#1 from this equally disturbing tableau in Greenmount. Which should be in 1967, but is … Continue reading

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Coastal Boozie 2

Orbea took in some Broome Boozie. Perhaps a step up from Coastal Boozie One, but he didn’t document the flange or back door, so hard to tell.

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Coastal Boozie

Several annoying new norks have appeared down South recently. At Margaret River there’s a sculpture of a woman suckling a dolphin! Is that even legal? In any case this piece really fails the “is the location better for the artwork … Continue reading

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Sighn

Which is sadder. The paint job, or the hoodie clad type doing it? Remember it’s taken a year to go from concrete grey, to vomity orange yellow, back to grey again and now to this.

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Join the spruuts

Pete F. Documents the astonishing “doodle” competition in the Subiaco Post. $10 C&B! A bargain!

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