McDonald’s french fry skull! Anyone know the artist?
oh it’s been floating around tumblr for a week or so, it’s so amazing
Longer. I posted it on my Tumblr on Jan 13th, but ffffound was the first place I saw it. Would love to know the artist.
Is this the fry-skull giveaway post!?
haha, in your face “For the Love of God,” by Damien Hirst.
It’ll last longer than the shark.
Damien Hirst? HAHA
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im lovin it
artist’s name is unknown? somehow i wouldn’t be surprised to find out that this was planted online by the mcdonalds corporation. don’t quote me on that.
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The artist’s name is Christopher Chiappa. He’s represented by Kate Werble Gallery.
This Is Amazing, the communication more than the pic, internet is amazing. ask a question and you will get an answer..
yes! i am constantly amazed – the people who visit this site only make it a more powerful tool
wow! He could do that with only one portion of fries?
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Bryce Montgomery….check this website http://skulladay.blogspot.com/
sorry but Bryce Montgomery didn’t make the image, i’m not sure why he’s claiming he did. Christopher Chiappa made this image as part of a diptych – I will be posting about him.
I dont know what affiliation this “Bryce” has with Christopher Chiappa, but that really bothers me that people would take credit for other people’s work. Tracing some of these posts of the fry skull on various blogs, there are many anonymous posts of “This is my creation, made at McDonald’s in Jacksonville, FL”. Not cool, Bryce Montgomery.
yea i think its ridiculous actually – i tried to comment on a couple sites and give credit to Christopher because it really bugged me!
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All in one sitting?! That’s impressive regardless!
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