You know the fruit of Hunter’s creativity must be impressive because, while he has no formal training, as he told artnet.com, he “has been making art since he was a child.”
Hunter’s gallery “plans to host a private viewing for Biden in Los Angeles this fall, followed by an exhibition in New York.” And just to keep everything on the up-and-up while maintaining the highest ethical standards, the gallery will be withholding the names of the buyers of Hunter’s
scrawls objets d’art.
We here at TTAG are always looking for a good opportunity and hell, we’ve been putting Crayon to newsprint for longer than Hunter’s been alive. So, seeing has how a firearms law-breaking junkie can snag a lucrative deal that will probably pull in a few million for him, we figured we’d
get on that gravy train test the market’s appetite for 21st century ballistic pictorialism.
The piece on offer is a noteworthy rendering of a classic 1943 vintage Union Switch and Signal M1911A1 pistol. It’s been carefully and thoughtfully manipulated in an early Warholian style to produce a striking image that evokes a contrasting balance of power between masculine and feminine energies in an homage to one of the great industrial designers of the twentieth century.
The medium is electrons arranged in a JPEG file on a thumb drive. At the buyer’s request, TTAG will be happy to have the image printed as a gallery wrap at a size of up to 3′ x 3′ and delivered anywhere in the continental United States.
Price = $50,000 (no questions asked)
Serious inquiries only to [email protected]