Dehumanized Art: Paintings by Dogs, Drawings by Trees

They say every dog has his day, but trees? How much do people need to be involved in the creation of art? What is art? Is it simply something we’d like to hang on the wall? Or is it deeper than that, more complicated than that? I don’t have any of these answers. I have noticed a bit of a trend in trying to find the next kitchy or nichey way to get attention paid to art: remove the human.

Here are some strange examples of art created without humans (that’s if you don’t count the humans tying brushes and pencils to appendages, or helping to pick out the colours, set up the canvas, laying out paper, etc etc etc…)

Dog paintings (via Buzzfeed)

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Tree Drawings (via Webwalker and Design Sojourn)


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1 Response to “Dehumanized Art: Paintings by Dogs, Drawings by Trees”



  1. 1 Desumanização da Arte « No Title Trackback on November 10, 2009 at 1:32 am

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