My friend bought this object at Goodwill a few weeks ago. The only thing we can definitively say about it is that it's some kind of sculpture. The pictures I have of it don't do it justice but here they are.
Personally, I think it's supposed to be a hat. My friend thinks it's a shoe. The gold thing sticking out of the middle was actually made by pouring cement into a dixie cup and then painting the resulting shape gold. It must be important to the piece because it's the only gold thing on it. The whole thing is very deliberate, and yet very random, lol. I wish I knew who made it. I wonder why they gave it to Goodwill. As you can see by the four price tags, my friend paid $2.50 for it. We tried to talk them down but they wouldn't budge.
Even other sculptures don't understand it, lol. It's very avant garde. Any attempt at explaining it would be welcome.
Looks exactly like the mess I made when I dropped my pizza and drink on the floor the other night...
What a fantastic object! Stick that on your coffee table you'll not fail to get a comment from every visitor! Fabulous! I particularly like the four price tags, I vote they stay on as they're clearly integral to the, um, piece. Love it!
Good grief! I laughed so hard reading this. That is a pile of awesome! Love the photoshop with the thinker! hehe The four price tags were totally necessary. Without those I would have wondered, is it really 2.50? Are they sure?
It has parts that look like toes, and parts that look like crushed food, then there's some sort of cat footprint, not to mention the quandary of the gold thing in the middle.... hmmm.. Looking overhead it sort of looks like an island with the gold thing as a hill, or an attempt at a volcano. There's these little things on it that could be water slides? I'm going with elvish water slide crushed food and foot theme park. Watch out for the giant six toed bob cat while you're there! They really should have picked on consistent theme for the park. You can't have both crushed food and feet as a theme! Well I guess if a foot crushed the food. Okay...on second thought that's completely permissible and the only sensible option for an elvish theme park. Display that with pride!
"Hey Ya'll, I'm destroying your city!" And the Bret and Jemaine angels looked on in approval.