sniper wrote:I fail how to see this is considered art or how a guy is taking credit for being the artist who created it. He made something that's been around for years larger and odds are he didn't actually make it. I'm guessing he paid some company to make it and then he gets to take credit for being an artist?
If I pay a company to put a picture of a rubber duck on a t-shirt am I an artist? Or am I just an idiot with a rubber duck on a t-shirt? I know, I know I'm an idiot either way, but I don't get it being art.
I guess the duck is something different because it's so big, but I'm going to drive an hour and half to see it. I really don't understand the purpose of it, but that's how most art is. It's basically useless and a complete waste of money at least in my opinion.
You just don't understand art.