I’m not sure how I missed this, and I apologize in advance. I’m very sorry.
A so-called presidential bust of U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton, who is portrayed in a cleavage-revealing evening gown, has been unveiled at New York’s Museum of Sex.
Cast in resin and bearing a mimicked presidential seal, the Clinton bust is the latest work of sculptor Daniel Edwards, who made headlines this spring for his life-size nude sculpture of pop singer Britney Spears giving birth on a bear-skin rug.
Remember that one? [CAUTION: Not safe for work.]
And don’t say I didn’t warn you: Clintonian Cleavage: Don’t Scare the Children.
Needless to say, Daniel Edwards (possibly related to John Edwards) should either retire or be run out of town on a rail.
Update: Astute B4B reader Salvador Dali pointed out that this isn’t a current story at all. It turns out this was from last year, not this year. I guess I’m not current on what’s happening in the art world. I may not know much about art, but I do know what I don’t like. Piss Christ comes to mind.
Apparently leftists don’t know anything about art at all. Crapping on a canvas, for example, isn’t art. It might be Democrat legislation, however, but that’s a story for another day.