We Love The Taste Of Neutrinos, Not To Mention Atomic Happiness

Did you use to taste neutrinos? Do you believe in worm power? Italian design student Gabrie Coletti, aka the Nothing Corporation, posts art full of weird slogans, severed limbs and strange creatures.

[The Nothing Corporation on Flickr]

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DISCUSSION

I'm of the opinion that art has, or should have, some meaning and/or a message. It's a personal opinion, not a statement of fact so, please, no flamers.

With the exception of the white arm, I honestly don't think the others have any meaning or any message, unless the message of "I use to divide by zero" is that the artist failed his elementary math courses in school.

As for "I use to taste neutrinos", what is that supposed to mean? I could put "I eat quarks for breakfast" in front of some space picture. Is that art? I hardly think so.

To me, these only show the artist's defiant ignorance of basic science, as if he's saying "Look, I don't know basic science, and I'm proud of it!"