Poll: Is it OK for people to take creative liscense when reproducing art?
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View poll results: Is it OK for people to take creative liscense when reproducing art?
Yes
2 13%
No
0 0%
tits
13 87%
Voters: 15.
#1
i found this article on a bulletin on someone i didn't know's myspace, but i think its interesting. some museum is reproducing paintings as sculptures, but editing them to look like porn stars...
(well maybe not like porn stars, but I'm biased because i like art and im pissed)

http://contexts.org/socimages/2009/01/30/refining-fine-art/

so what do you think, are the changes justifiable or not?
(originals are on the right, new ones are on the left)


also, i will delete my account if this is deleted as pornography

EDIT: added tits to the poll to appease the PIT Monkey GODS
not to mention i cant wait to see over half the votes be for that
Last edited by gratefulduck at Jul 29, 2009,
#2
As long as there are boobies, yes.
But any willies that break the Mull of Kintyre rule, and it's wrong.
#5
I'm pretty sure that any creative licence expires after a hundred years or something. It probably isn't exactly one hundred, but I'm pretty sure that they are finite.
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#7
well its kinda like an homage to them isnt it?
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I'm pretty sure that any creative licence expires after a hundred years or something. It probably isn't exactly one hundred, but I'm pretty sure that they are finite.

Is that like a driving licence for artists? You can't make art without one and you have to do a test and everything?


Edit: It would be justified if you made all the old pictures of women match modern definitions of beauty as art itself, reflecting change in what's appealing and so on. But if it's just to sell some figurines, no.
Last edited by SmarterChild at Jul 29, 2009,