Justin Bieber was released from the hospital yesterday after being viciously attacked by hundreds of cougars. The cougars started the attack by sending their daughters out to catch him. A representative from the hospital where he was treated said he suffered severe bruising on his face from his cheeks being pinched and that they didn’t know until all the lipstick was removed. He will make a full recovery but never wants to be called cute by women over 30 ever again. Similar cases have been reported by lesbians with the Bieber hairstyle.
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Run to the Paul Kasmin Gallery and beg for an opening invitation to Mark Ryden’s “The Gay Nineties The Olde Tyme Art Show” show because it will be incredibly packed. Even if you receive an invitation, you better be there at least an hour before the door opens, so you get the ability to soak in Mark Ryden’s new show like bread in a cosmic soup. I have never heard of Mark Ryden signing any of his prior books or prints – but bring them just in case. I have only seen one painting by Mark Ryden close up and I can report it is worth any price of admission to a movie or nightclub because it is aesthetically emotionally moving.
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I scooped this up 25 minutes after I got the email; because I would rather starve than have something unique by Mark Ryden under $500. You get a Mark Ryden figurine & limited edition print for the bargain basement price of $200. YHWH is a vinyl figure created in conjunction with Necessaries Toy Foundation after the central figure in Mark’s painting of the same name. In production for more than a year, the figure is cast in pink vinyl with inset, high-quality eyes and comes in an elaborately designed, gold embossed box.
Mark Ryden is releasing this Thursday the “Tree of Mystery” , a signed limited giclée print with letterpressed title and embossed chop on archival cotton rag paper. The print is framed in a unique beautiful hand-carved wood frame with museum quality archival plexiglas. If you ever have the chance to see one of his orginal pieces, you will die happy.
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