Introducing Miss Von Trapp – a dadaistic diamond. "Nobody Mourns a Fish"..

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Gifted singer, musician and rare perceptive wit, the artist Miss Von Trapp deserves appreciation.
Here, three recent pearls from a rather grand ocean of quirk.
An exceptional talent.

‘Nobody Mourns a Fish’
c. Miss Von Trapp 2012

A delightful musical ode to Jack the Ripper, c. MVT


The Scream / Every Mummy’s Nightmare
( Disney etch-a-sketch pad with Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” impression )
c. Miss Von Trapp 2012

Link to MVT’s Facebook;

London Dada Work 576; Logpecker


Dingo 2012

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After a day of scratching and scrabbling, London Dadaist Dingo yet again discovered a new species previously considered extinct by Darwinian evolutionists – the elusive Logpecker ( Picidaeous loggous), along with its fossilized chick to left picture.
In 2008 Dingo salvaged its genetic cousin, the long lost Logfish ( loggous fishous extraordinarious ), link here.


Dingo – ” Putting/Seeing the Extra in the Ordinary” TM



London Dada Work 575; The Astral Possibility of Life in the Mind of Someone Dead

Astral possibility of life
The Astral Possibility of Life in the Mind of Someone Dead ( after DH )

( Empty shop window glass pane holding no reflection of the observer c/w headless mannequin, Canterbury Kent. )
Michael St.Mark 2010


Q. ” How will I know if I’m dead”?
A. ” You look in a mirror.. and there’s no reflection.”

Signed Lightjet print on Hahnemühle Ultra Smooth 380gm paper;
26″ X 30″
£1,850 ( unframed )

( After Damien Hirst. Click on the image to enlarge )

The Physical Impossibility of Death in the mind of Someone living.
Damien Hirst, 1991