Hammer of Justice

Some may remember the excellent walking tour of crap public art in Kalamunda last October submitted by Cimbali. It now appears that the Art Police, or perhaps drunken young Kalamundarians have taken public art into their own hands, hammering the work back to the stone age. Well done. Well done.
Turd in The Lake

Turd in The Lake

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9 Responses to Hammer of Justice

  1. Nah it looks like something worse than vandalism : theft. No doubt this cherub will appear in somebodies’ garden minus the copper umbrella gone for scrap metal.

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  2. Groucho says:

    I think the duck looks awfully suspicious

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  3. Bento says:

    All hail the Banjoman!

    Slack-jawed hillbilly by day, avenging direct-action art critic by night.

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  4. Bill O'Slatter says:

    Yes the Lone Range Toxic Art Avenger by night ,…… nah I think he is a hillbilly all the time and his front yard would be full of rubbish ( including a legless cherub).

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  5. You reckon google streetview could be the making of WoP? A New era. Web 6.1 or even 7.

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  6. Colon Barnsie says:

    Yeh FX you’ll like our Liberal Party election idea. We’ll have a undercover bloke (dood in a suit ) in a Mr Whippy van or such like going down every street and posting the photos on our SusActivity.wa.gov.au website. Interested citizens can alert the relevant authorities by viewing the web site.
    Web 11.0 or what ?

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  8. cimbali says:

    Are you sure you didn’t personally wade into the duck poo and effect this piece of performance art yourself LA?
    it didn’t appear to be this bad last time I walked through the park.
    I did wonder a little about the wedding that was being set up adjacent to the pond last Friday afternoon. Not only were they tempting fate by holding an outdoor wedding in August but they were set up in the swampy section of the lawn and all the photos would have had this monstrosity in the background.

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