Thursday, September 2, 2010

The Art of the Crime

     I was thinking the other day on the topic of Serial Killers. In many cases these people usually turn out to be artistic type individuals in there own sick little ways. I think in a strange way they are making there own twisted masterpiece with their murder sprees. In other cases some of these psychos actually make art, like paintings.                    
   Many Killers were painters: Manson, Gacy, Ramirez and even Dr. Kevorkian. Jack Kevorkian was best known for having assisted at least 130 patients to that end. He famously said that "dying is not a crime." 
    Today i wanted to share some of Ole Jack's paintings.










That poor sick old man. :P

27 comments:

  1. Hey great post man,Have you seen the film about him with al pacino in it it'd called You Dont Know Jack?

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  2. If you like that you should watch Dexter XD.

    And thats some good art though.

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  3. not as creepy as Lilly's shit paintings on How I Met Your Mother

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  4. He looks so happy in his photo too.

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  5. That is some awesome art! bet you'll like my wallpapers!

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  6. Ahh serial killers, fun times.

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  7. You are truly an inspiration! I will keep your thoughts in mind for my next blog posting.

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  8. aww yea gurrrl
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  9. I love art....it always makes me happy!

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  10. I love that second painting. War is hell!

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  11. pretty interesting stuff. i shared some love!

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  12. That is incredibly ignorant to refer to Jack Kevorkian as a serial killer. The man HELPS people. Serial killers have a desire to murder, they get off on it. DOCTOR Kevorkian does not have this desire. He helps people who are suffering, people who are in tremendous pain and want to die. You quoted him as saying "Dying is not a sin," and guess what? IT ISN'T! You can die if you want, and that is YOUR civil right. All Kevorkian ever did was help people do it peacefully, quickly, and without pain... and hopefully in the future the religious nutcases will allow them to die with dignity if that is what they want.

    These paintings have a deeper meaning than you think. Most of them are metaphorical expressions of how our lives are not in our own control.

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  13. what, you got something against the kevorkian? search for him on larry king, good interview

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