The Runs - $19,000Often described as Poocasso's most moving piece, The Runs is a fluid,
living representation of the endless flow of life. Thousands of Mr. Poocasso's admirers
have claimed to see infinity, eternity and the essence of the yin and the yang in The
Runs. A laxative was NOT used in the creation of this piece; it's 100% natural.
Rocky Road - $14,500
A depiction of the ups and downs, bumps, hills and valleys that anyone, but
particularly an artist will encounter in his or her journey through this thing we call
life. The ice cream of the same title was consumed at a rate of one gallon per day for an
entire week. If you look very carefully, you might even see the nuts.
Taco Hell! - $4,000
A much younger Poocasso was passing through intense internal struggle when he created this
piece. One of his most vivid works and also one of the most controversial, critics have
complained the reds, yellows, oranges and greens are too "busy". Poocasso
contends Taco Hell was the only possible form to express what he was feeling at the
time. For the artist, Taco Hell serves as a reminder of his past acts of
indiscretion, acts Poocasso has vowed never to repeat. Poocasso regrets these follies of
youth, but recognizes that without them Taco Hell would have been impossible. And
for that, he is grateful for the trials through which he has passed and those which have
passed through him.
Stool - $16,500
Perhaps Poocasso's most serious, self-righteous work, stool delves into the bleak
existence of man on a thankless planet. A dark piece which rests on the gray background,
stool is a stark example of the pain that can stir within a man.
The Leaning Tower of Caca - $18,000
Inspired during the artist's pizza days, Caca practically jumps off the canvas and
onto the viewer. Poocasso takes his art to soaring heights with his unique 'slant' on
Bullshit - $500
The only work in the gallery not created by Mr. Poocasso, Bullshit is nonetheless
one of Poocasso's favorite pieces of fArt. It pokes fun at his critics and imitators
alike. This is Pablo's only creation containing strands of his hair. This piece is
guaranteed to be a cult classic.
It's Getting Pretty Deep
From the depths of a great man comes towering fArt. One viewer was overheard to say that
this one reminded her of the ocean. If you put your ear to the hole, you can actually hear
Full Of It - $35,000
Packed with detail and action, Full Of It is differentiated from most of Poocasso's
works by its sheer size. At 6'X10', it is the largest piece ever created by an artist more
accustomed to smaller, more detail oriented means of expression. Paradoxically, Poocasso
claims Full Of It was one of his least taxing projects. Says the artist,
"There was something giant, something indescribably vast inside of me that I just had
to get down onto that canvas."
A sensitive portrayal of a man who knows himself, a man in touch with his inner being and
ashamed of his hateful past.
Shit Faced - $23,000
The artist himself does not remember creating this piece. Indeed, this wonderful work was
a true serendipity. The video clip of this piece is a MUST SEE!
You Wanna Piece Of Me? - $12,500
Mr. Poocasso was submerged in a raw, angry period of his life when he produced this piece.
You Wanna Piece Of Me? makes no apologies. It is a brutally honest work and perhaps
the perfect depiction of the powerful stirrings within this disturbed man.
Fuckin' Shit $22,000
Banned by the Pope and over 50 countries, Fuckin' Shit may only be viewed or
described by appointment. Appointments may only be made after we receive a notarized
document from your mother granting permission to see this piece.
Scared Shitless - $7,500
FDR once inspired a nation by proclaiming, "We have nothing to fear, but fear
itself." While many took this as an indelible truth, Poocasso challenges the viewer
to consider what it means to be afraid. "Fear takes a lot out of a man," says
Poocasso, "but it can be an inspiration as well."
Good Shit - $30,000
A simple, elegant piece, the most striking feature of Good Shit is its optimism.
The contrast is startling, the form and texture dazzling, the smell exquisite. This is
Poocasso in top form. Not surprisingly, this work resembles a cannabis leaf.
Bad Shit - $1500
Not Poocasso's most celebrated piece, but nonetheless an original from his formative
years. Bad Shit definitely displays a seedier quality of the artist's personality.
The Mad Crapper - $22,500
Often confused with You Wanna Piece Of Me, The Mad Crapper was not forged in
anger, insists Poocasso. "Maybe I was a little irritated at the time, my bowels that
is, but not angry." This is actually one of Poocasso's more profound, more revealing
pieces, and for those who can truly comprehend its subtleties, a bizarre perspective of a
Shit-Eating Grin - $2,500
Misunderstood by most critics, Shit-Eating-Grin was created on the same day as The
Mad Crapper and in many ways offers an even deeper insight into the insanity around
us. An important piece with a light-hearted, endearing quality.
Mierda - $14,000
One of Poocasso's more abstract works, Mierda is a tribute to the great Mexican
artist, Freda Kahlo. Alternately entitled Yo Quiero Mierda.