Thursday, March 1, 2018

Art School Master Thesis by Quentin Tarantino

They say Salvador Dali’s best works
were painted with a brush made of human hair.
Knowing this, all the USSR painters
were supplied with brushes of human hair
harvested from small villages in Chechnya.
When it comes to painting Soviet posters,
only the finest could do,
but then the small details started looking
like elephants with long, twisting legs
and dreams melting into sand.
Accordingly, they were shot, the painters,
and the Chechens, too.

And they tried again with wolf hair.

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  1. Years later, a wolf with nine brushes worth of hair missing smoked in a bar with neon lights and girls with bare feet. He was there for something. You could see it in his eyes. The sword of Damocles had hung over his head for eight long years. “That’s the motherfucker,” he mumbles to his associate. And just as the Soviet General turns around, drunk and dazed, three brushes in his pocket, the smokey bar fills with gunfire, flashes, and even more smoke.