Skip to comments.Vomit Painter artist throws up on canvas to create Jackson Pollock-style splatter paintings
Posted on 01/31/2014 4:46:46 PM PST by EveningStar
'It's like a cleanse for your body and mind': Vomit Painter artist throws up on canvas to create Jackson Pollock-style splatter paintings that Lady Gaga loves
We all know that some artists put their blood, sweat and tears into their creations, but one woman has taken it one step further - by using her own vomit.
Cutting edge artist, Millie Brown, began pushing the boundaries of the art world after becoming sick - literally - of using more traditional methods of painting.
The eccentric artist - whose unique work features in Ripleys Believe it or Not! - uses a selection of dyed soy milk in a mixture of colours which she then swallows at various intervals, one at a time, before vomiting it onto a white canvas.
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The upchuckable Mollie Brown.
They call it art. I call it gross.
She stole the idea from my cat.
Didn’t some “artist” do this in Mondo Cane 2 back in the 1960s?
What crap that passes for “art and culture” today.
this is not “art”
Not clicking on the link—is she cute? If yes, she is truly revolutionary, and I’d like to see more of her work in private. If no, then I’m sorry to take a pass, but I have a lot of things to do.
ummmm no thanks. At least Jackson Pollack had an some tools he used.
This is just degradation.
It’s no worse than some of the other so-called art. LOL :)
It might be an improvement on Pollack. :)
The two things you don’t want to see made are legislation and modern art.
Can I hold your hair while you make art?
I laugh at what’s considered “art” these days.
What’s next, the poop painter?
Speaking of Pollock...
The existence of this policy, rumoured and disputed for many years, has now been confirmed for the first time by former CIA officials. Unknown to the artists, the new American art was secretly promoted under a policy known as the “long leash” - arrangements similar in some ways to the indirect CIA backing of the journal Encounter, edited by Stephen Spender.
The decision to include culture and art in the US Cold War arsenal was taken as soon as the CIA was founded in 1947. Dismayed at the appeal communism still had for many intellectuals and artists in the West, the new agency set up a division, the Propaganda Assets Inventory, which at its peak could influence more than 800 newspapers, magazines and public information organisations. They joked that it was like a Wurlitzer jukebox: when the CIA pushed a button it could hear whatever tune it wanted playing across the world.
Bulimia is now art?
“Look at me... look at me! Look what I can do that no one else has ever thought of!
You all know what has to come next!
There have been several “sculptures” already in that medium.
IIRC, one of the last, if not the last, "creative endeavors" by Andy Warhol was urinating on canvasses to sell as "art" to people with more money than brains.
I recall a Charlie Sheen/Angie Harmon movie with a scene that has them attending a live avant-garde enema art equivalent to the vomiting artiste.
(Sheen gets a colon-load of paint to the upper body...)
I wonder what some of my underpants would be worth.
The Great Leader is rumored to be considering buying two of her “works”...
hes said to be ready to send one the Britains Prime Minister as a gift...and hanging the other in the Whitehouse!
Another pretentious “ar-teest” trying to get 15 minutes of fame by being “edgy”.
BTW, maybe TMI, but I remember at least 15-20 years ago, there was a guy who did something very similar with non-toxic paint enemas. So she’s not even really pushing the shlock art envelope that much.
So yeah, she’s just a poseur.
Or hear is a radical thought. Actually get a canvas and some brushes and some paint and you know paint a damn picture.
Or is that too hard anymore?
They've been there and done that...
Way back when I used to watch 60 minutes they did a piece on a famous collector of modern art and as the collection was displayed to Mike Wallace one of the “collectibles” was a can with some modern artistes poop in it.. Wallace was a bit incredulous that it had any value artistic or otherwise.
what a blasted idiot
If you saw her on the street - probably not bad at all.
Doing her “art” — not so much
Well, that’s one way to get attention if your artistic skills won’t do it for you.....