Andy Warhol was the first to get away with it. Now, a similar fraud of copied photos passing for art induced idiots with too much money and too few brains to pay millions for the childish gimmick.
An anonymously-named street graffiti artist who roams London streets recently got more than $1.4 million for a pasted up photo and some scribbles. His wonderful creativity was lauded when the so-called work of art display imploded and thrilled the phony art world.
Therefore, after I shot this artistic, unretouched photo several days ago featuring a blossoming tree and a sparrow, I now declare it available for auction. I offer it at the bargain price of merely half a million bucks. Do I hear the voice of a rich, brainless bidder?