Can't make out what any of that says, can you? That's the scratchpad I use at work that has literally facilitated millions of dollars in transactions and contracts today. Now that's fucking scary considering the entire sheet looks like cuneiform carved out by a drunken elephant.
History has been filled with influential artists who were so talented they have inspired others — like me — to create masterpieces. Artists sometimes toil away for months or even years just so their works can be seen and appreciated by others.
But no one on this blue marble of a planet should be immune from criticism; there's some crazy shit out there. It's easy to mock modern art as being full of ridiculous, attention-grabbing shenanigans — take this blog for example. Even the great masters of the art world need some brickbats in regards to their work sometimes. After all, they're still human like the rest of us. So please indulge me while we take a look at lauded works of genius created by myself using my left hand, a pen, and notebook paper. Enjoy.
The text: "Here is a sentence with a small pen. Scroll down to see some drawing that I created. Here's the alphabet: a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z"
The letter "r" was the most challenging to write. Go ahead and try it. The entire thing looks like a serial killer's ransom note.
Coulrophobia is the fear of clowns. Have fun sleeping tonight.
The Dog (or fox or wolf or wallaby)
I started with the intention to draw a dog. The result is something way more intriguing.
There was no way to capture the full essence of douche, but I tried.
The Baby (My 1 Year Old Daughter)
I am confident my 1 year old daughter could have drawn a better self portrait than this.
The Left Hand
Just like when Da Vinci created his self-portrait.
Entitled "Left-ception", this work of art is "a picture of you drawing a picture of your left hand." Mind BLOWN.