|Wearing art...clever, funny, even educational, meaning no disrespect whatsoever.|
Both Vermeer and Leonardo would be honored and amused.
|Funny? Perhaps, but in poor taste at best, obscene at worst. |
Michelangelo was not known for his sense of humor. He'd likely be outraged.
|Estevez Gillespie, This Is Not a Medical Satire--|
a tribute to Leonardo's Vitruvian Man (1490)
--no reflection on Leonardo though women today
might take issue. Perhaps a male "companion"
piece might be in order.
|Chicquero does van Gogh's|
Starry Night (1889), adding a
whole new dimension to face
painting. Vincent might not be
"crazy" about the idea.
|Not just wearing art, but |
becoming art--Roy Lichtenstein's
Wham (1963) by Chiquero.
Satire,as with imitation, may be
the sincerest form of flattery.
|Liberty Enlightening the World|
regarding Women's Liberty.