Andy, you're a genius.
i desire this skull SO badly
funny, great!!! :D shinny
This is just insanely crazy and cool. ... Amazing!
Wonderful work !
But how they sparkle!
Oh I LOVE THIS ONE!!! I love skeletons and skulls, this is awesome work! Very original! Reminds me a bit of Damien Hirst's recent work, but this is more playful and less stuffy "high" art. You don't want that. Beautiful!!!!!
And where are diamonds???Great artwork and artworks!
I love your work, man...very cool.
Its funny that when disco and rock music once competed for public attention there were many who despised disco and many slogans were created to that effect. It was however a great form of dance music, just not for home listening on record players. Many of the original fans of this dance music are now sadly dying and the skull captures their old obsession. The dance floors had Strobe lights which slowed the action almost to a standstill and the turntable (before the day of the CD player) was the means of providing the music through the sound systems to the patrons. The motionless skull reflects that the motion has stopped along with the music. The dance floors were also lit from underneath with lights that turned colors and off and on. The effects and atmosphere that was created by the swirling and swinging dancers among the fog machines and midst of lights was surreal to gaze upon. The disco ball was at the apex of the scene and spread its flickers and flashes of light like raindrops onto the crowded dance floors below.
You let me think there's still something good here around!
Beautiful piece man!
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