Saturday, 9 April 2011


To Mohammed Al Fyed, for finally making me appreciate the understated and subtel work of Jeff Koons.

Say what you will about Koons' Michael Jackson and Bubbles, but it wasn't a piece of public sculpture, was in a reasonably good pose, and most importantly, was made from the fairly sound material of porcelain, rather than being carved directly from the nightmares of children.

seriously, this thing is fucking scary.

So thank you Mo, for opening my horizons, warping my mind, and providing a much needed boost to all of Fulhams suppliers of dispoable bedsheets and night lights.


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