View Full Version : some creepy shiot.....
07-06-2001, 04:18 PM
Many of you may have seen this before. It was an auction on Ebay for a painting that supposedly had some paranormal activity associated with it. Probably bogus, but the painting still looks pretty twisted.
More pics here:
07-06-2001, 04:41 PM
That thing sold for over a grand! Who the hell would want something like that in their house? What, do you hang it in your kid's room to make them neurotic or something?
07-06-2001, 05:06 PM
maybe the CIA bought it to get rid of evidence for paranormal activity
07-06-2001, 05:09 PM
Oh... it's probably just some lame "Blair Witch" gimmick to sell some cheapo painting.. :umm:
this is eerie, indeed! if you notice the direction in which the boy's shadow is cast, then take a look at the girl doll, you will notice that the light source does not seem to effect her head as much as it does his. then the table to the right lacks perspective, and so makes the rest of the painting appear flat.
07-07-2001, 07:45 AM
Originally posted by chosenfool
Salvador Dali's paintings are "creepier", in my opinion.
I'll agree with that, i love Dali's work
Also Jim Sweet's "Dream in, Dream Out" is a great piece of work and is hanging over my bed
07-07-2001, 02:31 PM
I agree, I dont see anything wrong with the painting. It just seems very dark to me. The pictures supposedly showing the boy stepping out of the painting and the battery turning into a gun, dont seem any different from the originals, only shot in a darker light. The distance between the doll and the boy remains the same, which would indicate that nothing has changed.
People see things in paintings and art work all the time which are not really there. I even have a tie-dye tapestry that has a "man who talks to you". This is only visible in the dark under a black light. It is not necessary to be drunk or otherwise impaired to see it, just to look at the piece for a while. Its kind of cool in a way, but merely a result of the the dying process. In fact, back in my college years, no less than 200 people saw it. ( You have to love things which are spread by word of mouth.) Maybe I should ebay my tapestry.
07-07-2001, 08:31 PM
I remember seeing some Jack Kervorkian art onetime that used to freak the shit out of me. That dude is seriously twisted as well. Anyone else seen his stuff?
hitler was an artist, too. and so was john lennon...i think. is that right? hmm.
i like edvard munch. some folks may say his stuff is creepy, but i find it very deep, indeedy.
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