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"We all have a need to decorate Mother Nature because it belongs to all us," Danish artist Marco Evaristti said Thursday. "This is my iceberg; it belongs to me."
Surely his pretentious babblings should make it clear to us how incredible this piece is. He's obviously making a profound statement on how we all distort the world around us through our own perspective, altering what we see to appeal to us. Or you could interpret his piece as a harsh and astute critique of our tendency to reshape the natural world into cities and parks, fitting an infinite world into our own boundaries to maintain control. He's obviously brilliant guys, I mean double-u-tee-eff mate?
i dont know guys, the reasopn an artist is an artist is because they can see an opotunity to make something strangely beutiful. all the best artists have been very risky at some point. the iceberg does actually look very eiry yet bieutiful. and it is something nobody else has thought about.
i dont knoiw i guess i will consider that art, rather than a blody coke can crushed to look like a bloody bird. and the picture im sorry looks very artistique