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Supraleeturbo
24-12-15, 17:09
Hi I'm selling the piece of 3D art by dwell for a client of mine as she's far to busy to sell her self, I will get a picture up if there is any interest, from what I know it's the only one made so you would be the only person to have this

The price is 1000 or offer plus postage as a few people think it's priced far too cheap as it doesn't go with her new house and won't go with any of her other properties

Thanks and merry Christmas

Spunkmeyer
24-12-15, 18:40
Maybe interested but a picture is kinda the key to this sale.

David P
24-12-15, 18:55
Maybe it's the Kings new clothes? :)

Supraleeturbo
24-12-15, 19:59
Maybe interested but a picture is kinda the key to this sale.

Yes definitely just need 5 minutes to upload it to my photobucket

Spunkmeyer
24-12-15, 21:29
Is this an Andy Warhol piece of fresh air art framed for wall mounting?

baldy
24-12-15, 22:15
Wheres this pic then lee?

Supraleeturbo
24-12-15, 22:41
Wheres this pic then lee?

Just waiting for you to upload it lol

Sorry guys my photo bucket is playing up so sent the pic to baldy so he can upload it for me, sorry for the wait

Supraleeturbo
24-12-15, 22:42
Is this an Andy Warhol piece of fresh air art framed for wall mounting?

I'm really not sure, I can get some more info tomorrow for you mate but yes it's for wall mounting

baldy
24-12-15, 22:57
http://www.mkivsupras.co.uk/imports/2015/12/534.jpg (http://s54.photobucket.com/user/baldies_photos/media/Mobile%20Uploads/2015-12/8F363E21-B4BE-4994-9BF8-67146E4BFC93_zpsvlgipa1m.jpg.html)

There you go

Supraleeturbo
24-12-15, 23:04
Thank you mate

Spunkmeyer
25-12-15, 10:41
Not my cuppa tea but thanks for posting up the pic

Tricky-Ricky
25-12-15, 11:18
What qualifies as art baffles me these days.:blink:

Paul
25-12-15, 12:14
If it Aluminium I'll give her a fiver scrap value :D

Supraleeturbo
25-12-15, 16:29
Not my cuppa tea but thanks for posting up the pic

No probs sir

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What qualifies as art baffles me these days.:blink:

Tell me about it lol

Chris Bailey
25-12-15, 16:40
What qualifies as art baffles me these days.:blink:

Have you ever been Tate modern in London? :D

Graham1984
25-12-15, 17:45
Lee are you shagging her or something to offer this up on here?

Suprakeith
25-12-15, 18:37
I can programme my cnc machine to make that out of aluminium, doesn't make it art [emoji4]

Graham1984
25-12-15, 18:57
I can programme my cnc machine to make that out of aluminium, doesn't make it art [emoji4]

Nope, but if you sleep with Lee it might make you 200 on here :d

Supraleeturbo
25-12-15, 23:13
Can we keep this on topic please

Graham1984
26-12-15, 00:19
Can we keep this on topic please

Is that a yes?

CASHEYE
26-12-15, 09:46
I can programme my cnc machine to make that out of aluminium, doesn't make it art [emoji4]

If you were an artist it would.

People say that the bits Rob's gold plating on his car are a 'work of art' so what's the difference. I'm not saying you need to debate what art is, it's subjective.

But to try and sell this as an 'art piece' to a bunch of gear heads probably isn't the best way to go about it. First of all, call it what it is. It's 3D art which sells better when called Sculpture. Second it needs a name or a title. Even if it's 'Untitled Sculpture 3', a named piece creates a sense of thought and uniqueness which is what people are looking for when buying something other than a print. It's also priced too cheap. When people who collect or buy art spend money, they're not looking for a bargain, they're looking for something they can take pride in showing others knowing that they paid a lot of money for it. It's a symbol of affluence.

It also helps to have a small blurb about the piece, 'Untitled Sculpture 3 is the continuation of a body of work based around the abstract aftermath of vehicle collisions. The work is designed to show a sense of entropy as the original shape of metal takes on a different form', or whatever. It gives the buyer something to tell people when they look at it.

Whack the price up, give it a name and sell it somewhere suitable. Or just throw it in a skip. Then make 500 more and throw them in the same skip and call it 'The transient nature of our disposable society' and submit it for the turner prize.

Tricky-Ricky
26-12-15, 10:50
Its rather sad that just because some supposedly qualified people say a pile of bricks is art, it makes people with no talent lots of money, conversely it saddens me to see some really creative/talented people paint/draw/carve etc some really impressive pieces, yet they get little or no recognition for their work, and pile of brick person walks away with fame and fortune, as they say art is in the eye of the beholder.....but all I can say is some people need a better eye!;)

CASHEYE
26-12-15, 11:47
Its rather sad that just because some supposedly qualified people say a pile of bricks is art, it makes people with no talent lots of money, conversely it saddens me to see some really creative/talented people paint/draw/carve etc some really impressive pieces, yet they get little or no recognition for their work, and pile of brick person walks away with fame and fortune, as they say art is in the eye of the beholder.....but all I can say is some people need a better eye!;)


A pile of bricks is just a pile of bricks until you put them into context. Maybe they came from the rubble of an old steel works where 100 people lost their lives and they've been place in an environment for the public to come and reflect on the event. You can smell the fire, the smoke, you can see the burned faces of bricks and feel the damp from the moisture they still retain after the fire had been extinguished. If it makes you feel something or evokes a reaction, even apathy... It's done it's job as a piece of art. It's all about context.

Tricky-Ricky
26-12-15, 12:02
While I see your point, To me that's a memorial and not art.

CASHEYE
26-12-15, 15:32
Yeah it wasn't the best example. Replace bricks with messy bed covered in used prophylactics and undercrackers.

Paul
26-12-15, 15:48
Hovis shot with that on her head ?

Supraleeturbo
26-12-15, 17:43
If you were an artist it would.

People say that the bits Rob's gold plating on his car are a 'work of art' so what's the difference. I'm not saying you need to debate what art is, it's subjective.

But to try and sell this as an 'art piece' to a bunch of gear heads probably isn't the best way to go about it. First of all, call it what it is. It's 3D art which sells better when called Sculpture. Second it needs a name or a title. Even if it's 'Untitled Sculpture 3', a named piece creates a sense of thought and uniqueness which is what people are looking for when buying something other than a print. It's also priced too cheap. When people who collect or buy art spend money, they're not looking for a bargain, they're looking for something they can take pride in showing others knowing that they paid a lot of money for it. It's a symbol of affluence.

It also helps to have a small blurb about the piece, 'Untitled Sculpture 3 is the continuation of a body of work based around the abstract aftermath of vehicle collisions. The work is designed to show a sense of entropy as the original shape of metal takes on a different form', or whatever. It gives the buyer something to tell people when they look at it.

Whack the price up, give it a name and sell it somewhere suitable. Or just throw it in a skip. Then make 500 more and throw them in the same skip and call it 'The transient nature of our disposable society' and submit it for the turner prize.


Like I said in my 1st post I have no idea about the piece and would get more info from my client and I put it here as I thought there might be a couple of people here that appreciate art,

I see what your saying about the price but that's what she said to ask for but I can put it up for a grand if you think it's more likely to sell !!


Thank you for your input though and has been taking on board

CASHEYE
27-12-15, 13:47
Does she have a website? Or sell anything online at all?

Supraleeturbo
28-12-15, 19:34
Does she have a website? Or sell anything online at all?

Who ?

CASHEYE
29-12-15, 08:17
The girl who you're selling it for... Or did she not make it?