This is a dog turd piece called “Complex Shit”. It was created by American artist Paul McCarthy and is featured in Zentrum Paul Klee Art Museum, Switzerland.
The village (pronounced “Fooking”) is in Upper Austria. It has been around since 1070. Fucking means “Focko’s people” and is named after a man called Focko. The village is a popular tourist destination and obviously has a problem with their signs being stolen.
I don’t know which game this is from. But, I just about laughed my ass off.
I’m actually not a huge fan of Starbucks. But, I do enjoy their frappacinos. This pic kind of speaks volumes about the proliferation of the brand.
I just thought that this one was pretty cool. It’s like you have to make your own journey. Don’t take the path that someone has predetermined for you.
Joe Strummer. What can I say? I loved this man. The world needed a Clash reunion but I guess fate had other ideas. Hope you’re kicking ass wherever you are.
Believe or not, I actually used to watch boxing matches on TV with my dad. I’m talking about Ali, Holmes, Leonard, Spinks, etc. Probably not the most traditional fare for a little girl. But, back then these men were like warriors – not the maladjusted prima donnas of today. I admire Muhammad Ali because he stood up for his beliefs. He was a great champion. But, he is an even better humanitarian.
I’ve never been to the Phillippines. I don’t think I could handle Manila. Too hot, too crowded, too dirty. But, I see a chair in Boracay that has my name on it.
This is an iconic painting. Being Canadian, I’m a huge hockey fan. Unfortunately, the artist Ken Danby passed away a couple of years ago. However, he will forever be remembered through his art.
Talk about being a slave to your work.
Unfortunately, I don’t know who created this piece. But, I thought it was pretty cool.
Puts everything into perspective.
This was taken by Michael Clancy and is called “The Hand of Hope”. The baby, Samuel, was diagnosed with spina bifida which, without treatment, would leave him physically and mentally disabled. At 24-weeks-in-utero, surgery was performed to correct the condition. Amazing.