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Posted: 29 Aug 12 13:34
Hockney: A bigger Splash 1967

Q: Pollock or Hockney
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Who?
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Posted: 29 Aug 12 13:49 - Edited By: Ellis Ian Fields, 29 Aug 12 14:32
Why are we comparing apples and oranges, arm?

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Posted: 29 Aug 12 14:25
I thought it was about fish.

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Posted: 29 Aug 12 15:48
Shut up you pair of Loathsome spotted toads or I will turn you into an insulting thread with huge nobs on.




So there

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Posted: 30 Aug 12 13:24
What fukin idiot started this stupid poll?



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Posted: 30 Aug 12 20:58
I voted for Hackney because I've never been to Pillock.
I don't even know where Pillockshire is.



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Posted: 30 Aug 12 23:23
Personally I think Graeme Pollock was a tremendous batsmen.

To be honest, I don't much care for hockey.

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Posted: 30 Aug 12 23:40



Apples & oranges? Fish? Hackney? Cricket?

I'm confused.

It's all pollocks, nothing but absolute pollocks.

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Posted: 31 Aug 12 07:07 - Edited By: Jaggedone, 31 Aug 12 07:08
cojones, cohones and the Argonauts

Monkey nutter...
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Posted: 31 Aug 12 19:59
You bunch of art ingrates! paint by numbers merchants! Its the last time I try and interest you Heathens in something boring and inane, how dare you mock the afflicted. I am sending a letter. So there, bet your worried now.



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Posted: 31 Aug 12 20:06
Are we still talking about fish?
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Posted: 31 Aug 12 21:15
May the fleas of a thousand Camels arseholes infest you for at least a week. Mocking me you are, Mocking me.



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Posted: 1 Sep 12 12:12 - Edited By: Ellis Ian Fields, 1 Sep 12 12:12
That "artist of light" Thomas Kinkade has a shop on the High Street down here. Hate it, I do, but me mam always says you shouldn't speak ill of the dead.

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Posted: 1 Sep 12 21:06
He has shops in every high street. The most commercial Artist ever. Why not, how else do you sell the pics?




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Posted: 1 Sep 12 21:20
I don't know who they are Arm?

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Posted: 1 Sep 12 21:29 - Edited By: armfeetandtoe, 1 Sep 12 21:31
Paul Jackson Pollock born about 1922 died in a car accident in 1956 a very influential American artist and major player in the Abstract Expressionist school. He was held in awe for his "Drip painting" tequnique. A bit of a piss head and known for his violent outbursts.

David Hockney,artist, designer, draughsman, scenery painter, poet, print maker, and photographer. Was a leading light in the 60s "Pop art" culture. "A bigger Grand Canyon" 1998 and "A bigger Splash" 1967 teo of his best.

There you go.

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Posted: 1 Sep 12 21:32
Oh! Well in that case I'll go with Pollock because his name sounds like Bollock and I'm in for one soon.



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Paul Jackson Pollock born about 1922 died in a car accident in 1956 a very influential American artist and major player in the Abstract Expressionist school. He was held in awe for his "Drip painting" tequnique. A bit of a piss head and known for his violent outbursts.

David Hockney,artist, designer, draughsman, scenery painter, poet, print maker, and photographer. Was a leading light in the 60s "Pop art" culture. "A bigger Grand Canyon" 1998 and "A bigger Splash" 1967 teo of his best.

There you go.

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