frozen blood art

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this is a sculpture (or mold) of artist Marc Quinn’s head made from 4.5 liters of his own frozen blood. The blood is taken from this body over a period of five months. The work is then repeated every five years to establish a unique record of the artist aging

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    natedog
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    srsly WTF

    RSIxidor
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    This is bad ass.

    DMYTRIW WDS
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    What a waste of perfectly good blood. Er, I mean he should’ve donated it.

    jediadept
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    Vampire popsicles!

    Dral
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    Dral

    From the case files of ‘People with too much time on their hands.’

    Puulaahi
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    Now that is ART!

    Andre666
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    no it is not. its bullshit

    sleepyjoe256
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    This is definitely the creepiest sculpture I have ever seen. The Mickey Mouse with the giant dick doesn’t even come close.

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca
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    “The work is then repeated every five years to establish a unique record of the artist aging”

    Or you could just take a picture of yourself, freakshow.

    Luke Magnifico
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    Or you could get a better hobby, no one wants to watch you wither and die.

    Soong
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    Power failure, freezer not working.

    Dragyn
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    That’s awesome.

    Andre666
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    yeah a record of the artist aging. WTF? how long will it take until the fridge breaks down or it has to be moved? wat bullshit, he’d been better off donating the blood. pretentious little shit i hope he gets aids

    Browncoat101
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    Honestly, people could have used that blood, instead of wasting it on something that’s doomed as soon as the next power outage hits. What a waste of space.

    HoChunk
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    Better idea: a time-lapse video of one of these melting.