Bad Art: Bumble Bee & A Blue Flower
We admit it, we love Skree-ation's "art;" the more inept and derivative the better. Skree must paint, Skree must sell... Skree clearly has a muse (though we suspect that muse may well be William Hung).
Underneath its Pollyanna-esque surface, "Bumble Bee & A Blue Flower" clearly depicts a classic Marxist struggle between the proletariat and bourgeoisie. The worker bee toils day in and out to support its socialist hive; while amongst its basking peers, the means-of-production-owning flower stretches eagerly toward the bee, yearning to exploit and ultimately consume the insect. The bee lurches back in desperate self-preservation; but like post-Reagan globalism has proven, the steamroller of capitalism cannot be turned; our hero is doomed.
However, the green would go perfectly with out new divan.
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