Graffiti by street artist Tox (Daniel Halpin).
This 26 year old graffiti artist from Camden, London was recently convicted of seven counts of criminal damage for his tags around London. In presenting his case against Tox, the prosecutor stated, "He is no Banksy. He doesn't have the artistic skills..."
Banksy's response has been a large mural in London showing a boy blowing a bubble that spells out TOX. More recently, he created a monopoly house with a Tox tag for a giant monopoly board made for the Occupy London protests.
Apparently, in London, art is no longer subjective. If you're tagging, in London, make sure it's quality vandalism, or you may go to jail for seven counts of bad taste.
Don't tell fish stories where the people know you;
but particularly don't tell fish stories where they know the fish.
If cats could talk, they wouldn't.
Bugs Bunny: Hey, scram. Go on, beat it. The Tasmanian Devil's liable to get you. He's a mean, vicious, nasty, no-good, baggy-eyed, marble headed ignoramorus. He's a stupid...
Tasmanian Devil: Flattery will get you nowhere.
Don't underestimate the value of doing nothing, of just going along, listening to all the things you can't hear, and not bothering.
"I wonder what Piglet is doing," thought Pooh
"I wish I was there to be doing it, too".
Winnie the Pooh Bear
Lynx eyes to our neighbors, and moles to ourselves.
Jean de la Fontaine
Fishing is boring, unless you catch an actual fish, then it's disgusting.
Don't take a butcher's advice on how to cook meat.
If he knew, he'd be a chef.
Customer: Which is better, the tuna salad or the egg salad?
Roseanne: Tuna salad...egg salad...chicken salad...turkey salad...shrimp salad. What difference does it make? It's all just different words for mayonnaise. Pick one.
Banksy creates life size monopoly board with a shout out to Tox, for the Occupy London protests:
Vandalism on vandalism crime has to stop: http://www.artlyst.com/articles/banksy-artwork-lost-in-graffiti-war
Musical graffiti-let's not: http://www.thestar.com/article/1084413--lang-lang-the-graffiti-artist