Monday, June 23, 2014

Kansas City Sunday Last Supper Leftovers



For the love of God, check out this really great article on Kansas City artwork that's divinely inspired . . .

The Last Supper: Artist’s Life-Size Wood Carving Masterpiece in Kansas City

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"A life-size wood carving of The Last Supper, by Italian-born artist Domenic Zappia, is on permanent display in a protective glass-enclosed setting at the Country Club Christian Church in Kansas City, MO."

What's cool is that it's not a copy of Da Vinci's work but a local interpretation that expounds on the Last Supper theme in order to come up with something that's altogether unique and one of Kansas City's hidden treasures.

9 Comments:

chuck said...

It doesn't look like the original at all. It looks like there was some Golf Frisbee, then a few drinks at the bar.

Still, very cool.

Samurai Nigger said...

The last supper in Kansas City would be at a Church's Chicken.

P Bear said...
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Anonymous said...

Find faith Klan Bear. Then, much will be visible to you.

Or hate. Always your choice.

Anonymous said...

niggers will steal it.

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Anonymous said...

It was a dark and stormy night in KCMO. The streets were flooded as usual, following a light rain.

From a dream-filled sleep, I was suddenly awakened, fully conscious, with a divine message from my Spirit Guide. I was to immediately travel to the Liberty Memorial, climb to the observation deck, light a candle and pray until further instructions were delivered.

As the sun began to rise in the East, shooting it's first rays across the sky, I began to hear a faint voice. Like a person whispering down the hall, yet moving closer toward you with each footstep, the message was repeated until I clearly heard the words... ... and the Lord doth sayeth unto thee, "the Devil will return to earth disguised as a termite."

Hear ye, hear ye! Be forewarned thy keepers of the holy wood.

Anonymous said...

I saw Hillery in Jesus's bread. Damn that was fucking good wine.

Anonymous said...

And Jesus said one of you will betray me. Everyone looked at Judas and Judas said: Hey J.C. I would never rat you out." Jesus hold a glass of wine in one hand and a piece of bread in another, looked at him and said: "Eat me!"