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Carl Spitzweg – The Bookworm (The Apple iPad worm)

April 6, 2010

The iPad Worm
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Carl Spitzweg‘s “The Bookworm” (1850)

Current Location: Private Collection

FACT OF THE DAY: I am soooo getting an iPad.

Tags: Carl Spitzweg painted “The Bookworm” who ulitimately embraced the Apple iPad, but due to a lack of understanding with regards to technology, replaced all the books in his library with an iPad, which made it possible for him to lend friends books, but cost most of his money. Here he is. The worm was an older, well-read, man and is now part of a  Private Collection. Art Kicks Ass by Bradley Werner, famous art, masterpieces, artist

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  1. leelee permalink
    April 11, 2010 8:06 pm

    ArtKicksAss.com is theater for the mind, so watch the animation of said classics. Get ready to laugh when you see the 1850’s Carl Spitzweg painting “The Bookworm.” It seems that The Book worm of artkicksass.com mistakenly replaced his fine reading library with an Apple I Pad. Since the Bookworm was clueless about technology he gallantly replaced his bountiful library with I Pods totally misunderstanding exactly what an I Pod can really accomplish. In this case the lending library turned out to be very, very expensive to The Bookworm as his friends suddenly developed an all encompassing need to read the classics on a daily basis. Just watch as the old master’s library becomes digitized. The books really get replaced by I Pods right in front of your unbelieving eyes. Sites like this represent a new type of art online and speaking of art online go check out sell great artwork online .and get a of the real classic of your own.

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