"This weekend I was at the Met and was stopped dead in my tracks when I saw this painting by late 19th century Russian realist Ilya Repin."
The McSweeney's monologue comes to stop-motion life.
Endorsed by the Army Arts and Crafts department!
Mark Lugo, a 31-year-old man from Hoboken, New Jersey, is the alleged culprit.
Alan Rickman, Lili Taylor, and more are projected in David Michalek's eerily slowed-down video vignettes.
The world is flat and round.
And the suspect description is both specific yet vague.
(The pool is empty.)
It's called "I'm With You."
His paintings are aphrodisiacal abstract seas wafting with ironic distance.
They're not hipsters, just dudes.
He was 83.
He needs help in building a definitive chart of which known artists once worked for and were inspired by another.
Judith G. Klausner carves lovely cameos out of Oreo creme.
Right after he was released from a Chinese prison, his early photos are being exhibited in New York.
And straight over the plate, too.
This is how they celebrate the solstice.
Meet the Gob Bluth of Japan!
It's his latest art project.
From the “Field Guide to Food Coloring Book and Activity Pages."
Human-sized candles, simulated elevators, and infested-wound vagina dentata made out of packing tape, to name three.
Double Fan-Boy alert.
His five personal favorite pavilions and his three least favorite.