Thanks for the order Bifidus. Now we need some students. I added this discussion because for some reason it made me think about Jackson Pollock. When his paintings were all the rage, he was approached by a wallpaper company that wanted to produce Jackson Pollock Wallpaper. He ultimately declined. But it certainly made me think. Why should it be limited to a gallery or museum? Or is the work completely debased when it's mass-produced? It would be easy to turn asemics into pure, repetitive design. Fake Jackson Pollock wallpaper:
I didn't expect this amount of interest in the Martha Stuart Asemic Wallpaper School. Please note I changed the spelling because it turns out there is a Martha Stewart who has already copied my idea. Can you believe it?
Diane, I think you should consider enrolling. You are accepted on the basis of your submission. I have some shocking news to report. Helen Amyes has told me of a performance artist in Australia. His current gig is blowing up stone quarries. But this guy CLAIMS HE INVENTED ROADKILL IN THE 1970s. So, DK, you might want to consider a new artistic direction. This asemic wallpaper thing - I'm telling you - get in on the ground floor.
EXCELLENT KATERINA! I cannot shower you with enough praise. I will use your shredpo interior designs in my Powerpoint presentation to market Asemic Wallpaper.
Tell people proudly! You are at the top of your class at the Martha Stuart School of Asemic Wallpaper! Unfortunately, since there are only two students enrolled, Diane is at the bottom of the class.