Undertoad Wednesday Jul 27 06:10 PM
7/27/2005: Foot sculpture
Hobbs Wednesday Jul 27 06:18 PM
I'm wondering if the artist is planning to model a giant Dr. Scholl's corn pad?
Trilby Wednesday Jul 27 06:35 PM
Reminds me of the Giant Foot of Monty Python fame--the one always coming down and crushing you when you least expect it.
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Jul 27 06:37 PM
All you people that criticize the NEA can just stop. It obviously ain't no better in the "cultured" countries.
richlevy Wednesday Jul 27 10:41 PM
Somehow the phrase 'feet of clay' comes to mind.
footfootfoot Wednesday Jul 27 11:06 PM
It does bear a slight resemblance...
Wombat Thursday Jul 28 02:12 AM
I was thinking of the Colossus
axlrosen Thursday Jul 28 03:19 PM
Looks like Mr. Seeler had some issues with his big toenail, ew.
Promenea Thursday Jul 28 03:24 PM
It is an ugly foot - that long first toe and the weirdly shaped nail just makes it unappealing.
Oafed Friday Jul 29 12:42 AM
The second toe is longer than the first... What does that mean again?
Hobbs Friday Jul 29 10:42 AM
I just thought of something. Where the hell are they planning to put this thing when it's complete? Not exaclty a piece of art you want in your livingroom or infront of city hall.
LCanal Friday Jul 29 09:53 PM
What's his next project? Maradonna's "Hand Of God" perhaps?
footfootfoot Friday Jul 29 11:08 PM
wolf Saturday Jul 30 01:37 AM
Katkeeper Sunday Jul 31 06:32 AM
Bluish hue and strange stripes suggest to me that the foot is carved out of rock. If so, it is massive and very heavy and probably meant to be outside.
xoxoxoBruce Sunday Jul 31 10:18 AM
The foot is bronze with a chemically produced patina. The stripes are from grinding imperfections and will be touched up with chemicals.
capnhowdy Monday Aug 1 10:20 AM
I'm not sure that this isn't the foot that was pulled out of John Kerry's mouth not so long ago.......
xoxoxoBruce Monday Aug 1 09:11 PM
Maybe the big toe (and the nail on it) have been hammered in from kicking the ball 3 zillion times.