Sunday, January 11, 2009

Art History Schlock

I think I need to start a new string sharing Art History schlock that I collect. This stuff was sent to me by my dear friend who lives in Amsterdam. From top to bottom: wrapping paper, and chocolates. Regarding the latter, my favorite ever find was a chocolate bar at the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid, sadly no longer in production, whose wrapping reproduced Picasso's Guernica." Readers, please feel free to send me more!


criulinha said...

BEAUTIFUL! I will send more and more. What is schlock, by the way?

Petite Maoiste said...

According to the Yiddish Dictionary (on line) it means:

something cheap or inferior, shoddy merchandise; trash (American Jewish)

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