inspired by the FSM

Published January 13th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

Have always been a fan of the site and the FSM church in general. It’s inspired a new piece of mine, called, fittingly enough, Flying Spaghetti Monster. Don’t know if the words in the piece are legible, but they say ‘Prime Mover’. The piece (image is attached) is made out of museum board and basswood, and measures about 30” x 18”.

Tyler Bohm

I don’t know anything about art but I like it. Well done, sir.

15 Responses to “inspired by the FSM”

  1. Iron Mike says:

    Awesome piece of art.

  2. Skip Harrington says:

    I have no Idea what that is, but it looks awesome. You sir have a great talent

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  5. js says:


    “The original prime mover was complicated enough to indulge in intelligent design, to say nothing of the mindreading millions of humans simultaneously, is tantamount to dealing yourself a perfect hand of bridge.”

    – Richard Dawkins The God Delusion

    I just read this passage right after seeing this pic. FSM works in mysterious ways.


  6. Gordon_UK says:


    how long did it take to make?

  7. Steven Wanzell says:

    Beautifully designed and executed, and brilliantly titled. Bravo!

  8. tyler says:

    thanks for the nice comments! it took like a week or so to make.

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