Some “Crappy” Art for Earth Day

Via on Apr 22, 2010

I’m not sure you can get anymore “Eco-Friendly” than using poop in your artwork, so in honor of Earth Day, I present to you the celebrated photographer Andres Serrano and his body of work titled “Shit.”

Way to reduce, reuse, and recycle Andres.

Jaguar Shit
Jaguar Shit
Heironimus Bosch Shit
Hieronimus Bosch Shit
Freudian Shit
Freudian Shit
Holy Shit
Holy Shit
Chicken Shit
Chicken Shit
Self Portrait
Self Portrait
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One Response to “Some “Crappy” Art for Earth Day”

  1. […] 10. It’s artsy: How about a little poem for the Earth: http://www.elephantjournal.com/2010/04/cold-squishies-another-poem-for-earth-day/, or some fecal matter art to push your boundaries: http://www.elephantjournal.com/2010/04/heres-some-crappy-art-for-earth-day/ […]

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