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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Poll: Which Infant Stool Sample?


I'm taking a poll. Which 1907 infant stool sample does Cai Guo-Qiang's Whitney Biennial Gap Artist Editions T-shirt most resemble?

a. meconium
b. constipated, greasy stool of artificially fed infant. this stool is due to the administration of too much fat. it is foul-smelling, like limburger cheese.
c. stool of dyspepsia
d. stool of a case of diarrhea discolored by bismuth.
e. diarrhea discolored by bismuth. note blood and mucus.

Cai Guo-Qiang
Close-up of Cai Guo-Qiang's Whitney Biennial Gap Artist Editions T-shirt. Note splatter and apparent absence of blood.

9 comments:

Mark said...

Def B, with perhaps a touch of C.

Kai Vierstra said...

D, no question. It would of been better with a touch of blood.

zipthwung said...

baby dodo

Carla said...

So few posts are worthy of forwarding to my beau. He'll be thrilled.

Martin said...

gonna put it on you.

dubz said...

meconium is darker, more like tar.
what's the difference between d and e?
looks more like chaw spit to me.

Martin said...

d. and e. differ in that e. contains blood and mucus.

ericgelber said...

By comparing Cai Guo-Qiang's art to human excrement you are attacking art and artists. You should be ashamed of yourself.

kelli said...

Banana Republic is the higher end of Gap and Old Navy is lower. So I think they should have different poops. Different workmanship, aspirational pricepoints and different poop thread counts. Cross marketing would just muddy the brand identities.