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Would You Put This Bust in Your Home?

This plaster Pie'd Pan Bust (inquire for price) was made by hand by artist Stephen Antonson. Personally, I get a huge kick out of it, and would love to display it in a living room, foyer, or hallway. I love its playful twist on the neoclassical, but I suspect that some of you are too traditionalist to agree. What do you think?

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endomental endomental 8 years
I like foxie's idea. Either way, I'd go to a museum just to see it, but it wouldn't really fit in my home. Love it, though.
Jyramiah Jyramiah 8 years
Never never never. Not my thing. Never never never.
NatashaAlexis NatashaAlexis 8 years
So funny, but no room... and another thing to dust?
Pez4Pres Pez4Pres 8 years
I could someone who is a professional clown having that in their home, but otherwise it's just a little too quirky for me.
Mishell Mishell 8 years
In my dining room I have a large print of Maxfield Parrish's painting titled Ecstasy. ( Right next to it is a painting I bought on Ebay. It's essentually the same picture, but with a Dachshund instead of the girl. So, yeah, I would totally buy a bust like this! And would give it a place of prominance in my library. :)
hanako66 hanako66 8 years
ha! that is hilarious
Spiderlove Spiderlove 8 years
I love it!
bugsbrat bugsbrat 8 years
definitely not! too quirky for me!
RosaDilia RosaDilia 8 years
I'm with MinaXue a great Halloween centerpiece or even a circus themed party.
Mina-Xue Mina-Xue 8 years
Wow, thats totally funny. Maybe as a centerpiece during Halloween or on the outdoor table!
foxie foxie 8 years
Now, if it were a SKULL being hit with a pie, we could talk!
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