Sunday, February 3, 2013

I believe that all belief is art. Seriously. by Slovenian artist Damien Hirst


I believe that all belief is art. Seriously.

Description:

A 5x7 cm artwork with a professional home made frame.

Price: 5€ (take it or leave it)




Important No. 1! The artwork will be sent in a normal envelope which means it is quite likely that it won't reach you in perfect condition. I consider this to be part of the artistic process and further more it's not my intention to sell objects but to sell the act of buying something as art.

Important No. 2! This artwork was not thought nor made by the famous and rich British artist Damien Hirst but by the unknown and poor Slovenian artist Damien Hirst who's intention is to question everything that is declared as art and to accept everything else as having the potential of being art. He wants to convince people that everyone has the potential not only to consume art but to consume art in the way that it would actually create art. That's why buying this artwork is not just buying art but it's also creating art.

If you wish so you can also buy my book that contains 420 short thoughts (that make no sense) about art:




Sunday, January 20, 2013

Untitled by Slovenian Damien Hirst


Untitled

Description:

Something and nothing performed on a white A4 format sheet of paper.

Price: As much as you want (at least 1€ recommended) + all costs (1.7€)




Important No. 1! The artwork will be sent in a normal envelope which means it is quite likely that it won't reach you in perfect condition. I consider this to be part of the artistic process and further more it's not my intention to sell objects but to sell the act of buying something as art.

Important No. 2! This artwork was not thought nor made by the famous and rich British artist Damien Hirst but by the unknown and poor Slovenian artist Damien Hirst who's intention is to question everything that is declared as art and to accept everything else as having the potential of being art. He wants to convince people that everyone has the potential not only to consume art but to consume art in the way that it would actually create art. That's why buying this artwork is not just buying art but it's also creating art.

If you wish so you can also buy my book that contains 420 short thoughts (that make no sense) about art:


Saturday, January 5, 2013

It's Friday 4th of January 2013 at 21:33 CET by Slovenian Damien Hirst


It's Friday 4th of January 2013 at 21:33 CET

Description:

Something and nothing performed on a white A4 format sheet of paper 3 times because the stupid printer printed it 3 times without me wanting that.

Price: As much as you want (at least 1€ recommended) + all costs (1.7€)




Important No. 1! The artwork will be sent in a normal envelope which means it is quite likely that it won't reach you in perfect condition. I consider this to be part of the artistic process and further more it's not my intention to sell objects but to sell the act of buying something as art.

Important No. 2! This artwork was not thought nor made by the famous and rich British artist Damien Hirst but by the unknown and poor Slovenian artist Damien Hirst who's intention is to question everything that is declared as art and to accept everything else as having the potential of being art. He wants to convince people that everyone has the potential not only to consume art but to consume art in the way that it would actually create art. That's why buying this artwork is not just buying art but it's also creating art.

If you wish so you can also buy my book that contains 420 short thoughts (that make no sense) about art:


Friday, January 4, 2013

If art is real then you can hang this artwork on the nail below by Slovenian Damien Hirst


If art is real then you can hang this artwork on the nail below

Description:

Something and nothing performed on a white A4 format sheet of paper.

SOLD OUT

Important No. 1! The artwork will be sent in a normal envelope which means it is quite likely that it won't reach you in perfect condition. I consider this to be part of the artistic process and further more it's not my intention to sell objects but to sell the act of buying something as art.

Important No. 2! This artwork was not thought nor made by the famous and rich British artist Damien Hirst but by the unknown and poor Slovenian artist Damien Hirst who's intention is to question everything that is declared as art and to accept everything else as having the potential of being art. He wants to convince people that everyone has the potential not only to consume art but to consume art in the way that it would actually create art. That's why buying this artwork is not just buying art but it's also creating art.

If you wish so you can also buy my book that contains 420 short thoughts (that make no sense) about art:


Thursday, January 3, 2013

A chicken walking to the end of the world to find its egg by Slovenian Damien Hirst


A chicken walking to the end of the world to find its egg

Description:

Something and nothing performed on a white A4 format sheet of paper.

SOLD OUT

Important No. 1! The artwork will be sent in a normal envelope which means it is quite likely that it won't reach you in perfect condition. I consider this to be part of the artistic process and further more it's not my intention to sell objects but to sell the act of buying something as art.

Important No. 2! This artwork was not thought nor made by the famous and rich British artist Damien Hirst but by the unknown and poor Slovenian artist Damien Hirst who's intention is to question everything that is declared as art and to accept everything else as having the potential of being art. He wants to convince people that everyone has the potential not only to consume art but to consume art in the way that it would actually create art. That's why buying this artwork is not just buying art but it's also creating art.

If you wish so you can also buy my book that contains 420 short thoughts (that make no sense) about art:


Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Excuse me for the spelling mistake by Slovenian Damien Hirst


Excuse me for the spelling mistake

Description:

Something and nothing performed on a white A4 format sheet of paper.

SOLD OUT

Important No. 1! The artwork will be sent in a normal envelope which means it is quite likely that it won't reach you in perfect condition. I consider this to be part of the artistic process and further more it's not my intention to sell objects but to sell the act of buying something as art.

Important No. 2! This artwork was not thought nor made by the famous and rich British artist Damien Hirst but by the unknown and poor Slovenian artist Damien Hirst who's intention is to question everything that is declared as art and to accept everything else as having the potential of being art. He wants to convince people that everyone has the potential not only to consume art but to consume art in the way that it would actually create art. That's why buying this artwork is not just buying art but it's also creating art.

If you wish so you can also buy my book that contains 420 short thoughts (that make no sense) about art:



Tuesday, January 1, 2013

A slightly open circle (purple) for everything to get in or out by Slovenian Damien Hirst


A slightly open circle (purple) for everything to get in or out

Description:

Something and nothing performed on a white A4 format sheet of paper.

Price: As much as you want (at least 1€ recommended) + all costs (1.7€)





Important No. 1! The artwork will be sent in a normal envelope which means it is quite likely that it won't reach you in perfect condition. I consider this to be part of the artistic process and further more it's not my intention to sell objects but to sell the act of buying something as art.

Important No. 2! This artwork was not thought nor made by the famous and rich British artist Damien Hirst but by the unknown and poor Slovenian artist Damien Hirst who's intention is to question everything that is declared as art and to accept everything else as having the potential of being art. He wants to convince people that everyone has the potential not only to consume art but to consume art in the way that it would actually create art. That's why buying this artwork is not just buying art but it's also creating art.

If you wish so you can also buy my book that contains 420 short thoughts (that make no sense) about art: