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Hello,

I am one of the artists who destroyed their own work.

I painted every day for years and years.

That’s all I wanted to do in my life.

Then one day, I grabbed up all my art,

put it in the back of my truck.

Drove to a marina, of all places….

And cut it to shreds.

I’ll show you a few of the paintings that I destroyed:

artists who destroyed their own work

Heaven 2002 – I made this after I had come home after spending months travelling.

This one is destroyed.

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artists who destroyed their own work

The Principle of Chaotic Bliss 2006 – I destroyed this one too.

This one hung for a while in a bookstore in Nashville, and it didn’t sell.

Gone.

You can get a coaster tho.

yo its a coaster glass coaster
yo its a coaster glass coaster

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artists who destroyed their own work

Don’t even remember what the title was. It’s from ’06

Gone. Destroyed. It was amazing. I worked on it for months.

 

artistss who destroyed their own work

This one was called Symphony of Color.

It’s my personal favorite painting out of any I have ever done.

It took forever to make, and it was amazing too.

There’s still a bunch of my art floating aound out there.

Also, I have sold a number.

I just destroyed probably 40 paintings that day.

It was a massacre.

And it kinda felt like I was doing it to myself in a way.

Maybe to protect myself.

In fact that was the only reason I did it.

To protect myself.

Then, after all the madness was over,

I made collages with the scraps

which are now sold in the form of magnets,

as follows:

Brosef's Destroyed Brosef art by Yosef Bro Rectangular Photo Magnet
Brosef’s Destroyed Brosef art by Yosef Bro Rectangular Photo Magnet

lol.

Destroyed Painting Collage with Effects Rectangular Photo Magnet
Destroyed Painting Collage with Effects Rectangular Photo Magnet

I love this one. Also, all the scraps are gone too now.

This was a photo I took of the scraps piled in the back of my truck that I digitalized.

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So I guess it doesn’t matter really.

I dunno.

A bunch of good art was lost.

But you can buy Acrylic Canvas Prints of These and Others, too..

And I can destroy it because it’s my own property.

I made it.

I can do whatever I want with it.

I wouldn’t ever put myself in that position again.

So I am one of the artists who destroyed their own work.

I did it on purpose, because I thought someone was trying to steal it and kidnap me to be honest.

Anyways, it’s a crazy world out there.

And you have to be careful.

Art can be priceless.

And there are some really greedy and evil people in the world.

That’s why I make digital art now.

That’s my story.

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