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Caricature of Project Runway's Tim Gunn......"Make it happen"!

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Drawing of my Father in Law

To see a time lapse video of how I drew him click the link below

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHcz2tWswUE

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Kunst discusses his disdain for baseball and declares that Mr. Met, the New York Mets Mascot, is really infamous terrorist, Osama Bin Laden. Kunst then describes his experiences playing baseball and the evil baseball coach who made Kunst turn to art. Kunst and Art Geek's conversation was overheard by a hippie who uses a tranquilizer dart to kidnap Kunst and Art Geek and bring them to Woodstock, to heal from their negative athletic experiences. On the drive up to Woodstock, Kunst has a revelation from American Painter Bob Ross (From the Joy of Painting series on public television) and it is revealed that Kunst must, make a big decision in the near future. Art Geek dreams of his days as a football (soccer) player in England and eventually gets a ball kicked through his head by the Scottish "Rod Stewart Monster" (Yes im sober while writing this). Once they awaken, the hippie explains that he had a vision of his own from Bob Ross, inspired partially from the Kevin Costner, James Earl Jones movie "Field of Dreams". The hippie says that Bob Ross instructed him to kidnap Kunst and Art Geek in order to witness a future revelation. The two heroes then fall in love with the hippies daughter, (the beautiful) Moonbeam and forgive the hippie for kidnapping them. The hippy and Kunst and Art Geek then discuss their dreams, visions and revelations and decide to visit the Varga Gallery, 130 Tinker Street in Woodstock New York, where Kunst confronts coach. A Film by Merrill Kazanjian merrillk.com (more)

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Kunst discusses his disdain for baseball and declares that Mr. Met, the New York Mets Mascot, is really infamous terrorist, Osama Bin Laden. Kunst then describes his experiences playing baseball and the evil baseball coach who made Kunst turn to art. Kunst and Art Geek's conversation was overheard by a hippie who uses a tranquilizer dart to kidnap Kunst and Art Geek and bring them to Woodstock, to heal from their negative athletic experiences. On the drive up to Woodstock, Kunst has a revelation from American Painter Bob Ross (From the Joy of Painting series on public television) and it is revealed that Kunst must, make a big decision in the near future. Art Geek dreams of his days as a football (soccer) player in England and eventually gets a ball kicked through his head by the Scottish "Rod Stewart Monster" (Yes im sober while writing this). Once they awaken, the hippie explains that he had a vision of his own from Bob Ross, inspired partially from the Kevin Costner, James Earl Jones movie "Field of Dreams". The hippie says that Bob Ross instructed him to kidnap Kunst and Art Geek in order to witness a future revelation. The two heroes then fall in love with the hippies daughter, (the beautiful) Moonbeam and forgive the hippie for kidnapping them. The hippy and Kunst and Art Geek then discuss their dreams, visions and revelations and decide to visit the Varga Gallery, 130 Tinker Street in Woodstock New York. Bob Maler maller, Piet Mondrian, Western Texas

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A short film by New York Visual Artist Merrill Kazanjian of Merrillk.com. Plot- The Art Gallery Alpha Males get bored watching Doctor Who on BBC and decide to travel across the country to Los Angeles, California to attend the Jen Heaslip opening at the Art Slave Gallery. (Funny)......(Hopefully)

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The Art Gallery Alpha Males rock it out in the New York Subway. Kunst recites a poem that he made about MFA's or Masters in Fine Art. This is also meant to be a critique of early twenty first century "Art World" culture. Mentioned are the artists Damian Hirst and Andres Serrano. A short film by Merrill Kazanjian Merrillk.com. I sampled the fantastic U2 track, "Desire"from Rattle and Hum, in this four minute fifty second movie. The Art Gallery Alpha Males are meant to be a parody of New York City Art Gallery culture; which is often referred to as, the "Art World". Also mentioned in this film is Adolf Hitler. Kazanjian wryly penned that Adolf Hitler was a MFA- A "Megalomaniac From Austria", even though he was rejected from art school and became a dictator who murdered millions of innocent people. Kazanjian criticizes that there is a market for his work (Hitler art sold for over 200,000 dollars in 2006).Francois Pinault, Larry Gagosian , Sir Nicholas Serota, Glenn D Lowry, Samuel Keller, Eli Broad, Charles Saatchi, Matthew Slotover, Amanda Sharp, Frieze magazine and art fair, Bruce Nauman, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Brett Gorvy, Amy Cappellazzo, Christie's, Robert Storr, Iwan Wirth, Zwirner & Wirth, Marian Goodman, David Zwirner, Gerhard Richter, Marc Glimcher, Jay Jopling, Mike Kelley, Paul Schimmel, chief curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, LA, Andreas Gursky, Cheyenne Westphal, Tobias Meyer, Barbara Gladstone, Thelma Golden, Studio Museum, New York, Victoria Miro, London, Dakis Joannou, Richard Prince, Don and Mera Rubell, Donna de Salvo, Shamim, Momin, Chrissie Iles, Whitney Museum of American Art, Daniel Birnbaum, Portikus Gallery, Frankfurt, Steven A Cohen, Michael Govan, Simon de Pury, Phillips de Pury auction house, Sadie Coles, Robert Gober, Eugenio Lopez, Bruno Brunnet, Nicole Hackert, Philipp Haverkampf, Francesca von Habsburg, Jeffrey Deitch, Nicholas Logsdail, Lisson Gallery, Thomas Hirschhorn, Iwona Blazwick, Whitechapel art gallery, London, The Wrong Gallery, New York, Jeff Wall, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine gallery, Ingvild Goetz, Pierre Huyghe, Tracey Emin, Gilbert and George, artists, collector and gallerist, Dominique Levy, Robert Mnuchin, Harry Blain and Graham Southern, Roberta Smith, New York Times, art critic, Herzog & de Meuron, Swiss architects, Jerry Saltz, Village Voice, Frank Gehry, Javier Peres, Christine Macel, Centre Pompidou, Paris, Eileen Norton, Los Angeles collector, Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz, Ralph Rugoff, Hayward Gallery, Max Hetzler, Berlin-based gallerist, Miuccia Prada, fashion designer, Neo Rauch, Gerd Harry Lybke, Carsten Holler, Maureen Paley, Zach Feuer, Ai Weiwei,
Antoine de Galbert, Richard Serra, sculptor, Paul McCarthy, Okwui Enwezor, William Acquavella, Matthew Marks, Michael Ringier, media magnate, James Lingwood, Michael Morris, Artangel, Thomas Krens, Lisa Dennison, Matthew Higgs, White Columns, Lorenz Helbling, David Adjaye, Anita, Poju Zabludowicz, Hou Hanru, Gavin Brown, Lynne Cooke, Dia Art Foundation, Anselm Kiefer, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Matthew Barney, Rem Koolhaas, Ann Philbin, Hammer Museum, Anish Kapoor, agnes b.,Luc Tuymans, Joao Oliveira Rendiero, Lisbon's Banco Privado Portugues, Takashi Murakami, Cai Guo-Qiang

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Kunst falls asleep on his job at Sartbucks and dreams that he is being interviewed on art 21- Art for the Twenty-First century. A short film by the Artist Merrill Kazanjian of Freeport, NY via Queens.Francois Pinault, Larry Gagosian , Sir Nicholas Serota, Glenn D Lowry, Samuel Keller, Eli Broad, Charles Saatchi, Matthew Slotover, Amanda Sharp, Frieze magazine and art fair, Bruce Nauman, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Brett Gorvy, Amy Cappellazzo, Christie's, Robert Storr, Iwan Wirth, Zwirner & Wirth, Marian Goodman, David Zwirner, Gerhard Richter, Marc Glimcher, Jay Jopling, Mike Kelley, Paul Schimmel, chief curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, LA, Andreas Gursky, Cheyenne Westphal, Tobias Meyer, Barbara Gladstone, Thelma Golden, Studio Museum, New York, Victoria Miro, London, Dakis Joannou, Richard Prince, Don and Mera Rubell, Donna de Salvo, Shamim, Momin, Chrissie Iles, Whitney Museum of American Art, Daniel Birnbaum, Portikus Gallery, Frankfurt, Steven A Cohen, Michael Govan, Simon de Pury, Phillips de Pury auction house, Sadie Coles, Robert Gober, Eugenio Lopez, Bruno Brunnet, Nicole Hackert, Philipp Haverkampf, Francesca von Habsburg, Jeffrey Deitch, Nicholas Logsdail, Lisson Gallery, Thomas Hirschhorn, Iwona Blazwick, Whitechapel art gallery, London, The Wrong Gallery, New York, Jeff Wall, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine gallery, Ingvild Goetz, Pierre Huyghe, Tracey Emin, Gilbert and George, artists, collector and gallerist, Dominique Levy, Robert Mnuchin, Harry Blain and Graham Southern, Roberta Smith, New York Times, art critic, Herzog & de Meuron, Swiss architects, Jerry Saltz, Village Voice, Frank Gehry, Javier Peres, Christine Macel, Centre Pompidou, Paris, Eileen Norton, Los Angeles collector, Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz, Ralph Rugoff, Hayward Gallery, Max Hetzler, Berlin-based gallerist, Miuccia Prada, fashion designer, Neo Rauch, Gerd Harry Lybke, Carsten Holler, Maureen Paley, Zach Feuer, Ai Weiwei,
Antoine de Galbert, Richard Serra, sculptor, Paul McCarthy, Okwui Enwezor, William Acquavella, Matthew Marks, Michael Ringier, media magnate, James Lingwood, Michael Morris, Artangel, Thomas Krens, Lisa Dennison, Matthew Higgs, White Columns, Lorenz Helbling, David Adjaye, Anita, Poju Zabludowicz, Hou Hanru, Gavin Brown, Lynne Cooke, Dia Art Foundation, Anselm Kiefer, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Matthew Barney, Rem Koolhaas, Ann Philbin, Hammer Museum, Anish Kapoor, agnes b.,Luc Tuymans, Joao Oliveira Rendiero, Lisbon's Banco Privado Portugues, Takashi Murakami, Cai Guo-Qiang (more)