Research shows that certain vision defects help in the production of art. Examination of Rembrandt’s eyes in portraits indicates a misalignment, and art students do worse on 3D vision tests than control groups. The work of Van Gogh speaks for itself.

Posted: Monday June 13, 2011 by Alesh Houdek · Categories: Art · Comment feed: RSS, atom



  1. Squathole    Jun 13, 08:53 PM #  

    Q: Why aren’t there more blind sky divers?
    A: Scares the shit out of the dog.

  2. NicFitKid    Jun 20, 02:57 PM #  

    Oh good, so I can blame my complete lack of artistic talent on my 20/20 vision. Cool.

    So, was Warhol just repetitive (Campbell’s Soup, 200 One Dollar Bills, etc.), or did he have prisms for eyes?

    Sorry, Squats, I can’t think of any Warhol jokes.

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