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Art Criticism As Interpreted Through An Oft-Imitated Commercial Form

Designing and envisioning a piece of concept art requiring the use of Central Park: millions of dollars.

Petitioning the city of New York for permission to install your artwork: millions more dollars (and 20 years of your time).

Paying crews to erect your artwork over a three week period: the final portion of your $20 million.

Having a restaurant chain steal your idea to humorous effect: Priceless.

There are some things money can’t buy. For everything else, there’s your own personal finances and a nice copyright lawsuit.

Published in Humor Observations