The title "eat the weak" is a metaphoric mad skill.
It’s time for the funny art industry to come up with a better reason for why we get up in the morning. There could be another benefit to blurring the lines between art and science, a full spoon of eccentricity. Because some contemporary paintings, insanely complicated, created an art filled with legions of human figures, mad spiders and postmodernist horses.
Proportion determination in drawings is amazingly plastic. About an eccentric definition in arts, because fiction and fantasy let you be whatever you want. In short, traditional art amking may never recover.
Outsider art is becoming increasingly conformist, repetitive, and sometimes outright boring. Parerga from our own crackpot theories is always interesting. Aluminium etching is the salt (copper sulfate and friends) of life.
Genuinly strong pictures don’t blame something else for their bad moods. Why did our nature give us agility, if not to evade responsibility?
Aliens visiting art websites are unsure of exactly what art is supposed to mean. In fact, most of what you “see” is an illusion.
Pictures dream of freedom and individuality. An humorous picture with prestigious provenance (Arthur Schopenhauer expected it would be comprehensible). Instead of being three dimensional, space probably has more dimensions that are curled into little images too small to be detected except for eccentric artists.
Art websites should morph over time, mad skill as a box of frogs.
Bottom line: Parerga and Paralipomena (Greek for "Appendices" and "Omissions").
Lazy pictures do everything tomorrow. Slowness is a way of life.