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Design or Divine?

Published September 8th, 2011 by Bobby Henderson

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Here is Intelligent Design or Pasta Divine by Kristina Stork for her upcoming graduate art show.  Amazing work.  More at her site: kristinastork.com.



20 Responses to “Design or Divine?”

  1. li says:

    Awesome!!!

  2. Ricky says:

    It appears his noodlieness was copping a feel. Shall we follow in his footsteps in the name of Pastafarianism, or merely shy away from the subject when brought up in debate?

    • Randy says:

      It looks like the FSM was “Noodling” her.

    • Winston says:

      Obviously His Noodliness was a baby in this painting, and is merely asking for some breastmilk.

  3. Bill E Raybar says:

    Does the FSM have two testicles and two penises as well? It seems that is what is depicted in the artwork.

    • TJ says:

      where do you see this?

  4. tekhedd says:

    Surely he touches us all.

    Beautiful!

    • Rev. wulff says:

      Of course he does. And don’t call me Shirley. (I’m sorry. I couldn’t resist. I will go give myself 100 lashes with a wet noodle.)

      • The Reverend Toni Rigatoni says:

        Leslie Nielson fan then Rev?

        • Rev. wulff says:

          Of course. Isn’t everybody? :)

        • Cpt. Aaron says:

          May he rest in pasta.

  5. ray says:

    I’m a think maybe it wasn’t a virgin birth so much as she didn’t know what was going on.

  6. God says:

    I’ve seen enough hentai to know where this is going…

  7. Cee Byron says:

    I really love this painting. I love that there are actually people out there in the world with open minds and open hearts to make this kind of art with nothing but positive intent for the betterment of the world. The message in the painting is very, very, very tender and thought out and I believe in the context entirely, but the painting just isn’t that well done. I would definitely see this as a postcard or maybe a poster, but I don’t know if I would have the money to buy it. If I may critique, I’d just like to say that it’s a bit too impressionistic. Whoever did this should work on taking her time with the painting a bit more. If I was to see this painting from afar, I would be picking out a lot of flaws and not looking at the rest of the painting, which I feel would probably look really good up close and which would probably look even more awesome up close. I would love to see more art like this. A lot more.

  8. His Wholyness the Cook says:

    I like this so much that if I could afford it, I would buy it and hang it in my office.

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