The Museum of Bad Art collects and exhibits original art in which "something has gone wrong."
The collection ranges from the work of talented artists that have gone awry to works of exuberant execution by artists barely in control of the brush.
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The Red Sox runner successfully avoids the catcher's tag at the plate, only to be swallowed by a mysterious fan/beast. The viewer is left to wonder why he decided to return home from first base.
Asymmetrical limbs and a flexible bat help this all-star develop tremendous torque at the plate. The spectators silently gaze, transfixed.
The bulging leg muscles, the wing tips, the white socks and the pink toga all help to make this one of the most intriguing pieces in the MOBA collection.
The artist celebrates the winning can-do spirit of athletes who, eschewing the advice of coaches, trainers, and chiropractors, accomplish impressive physical feats while using unbelievably poor technique.
It is difficult to discern whether player #6 is shooting the ball or making a fine defensive play. In either case, the excitement of the moment seems to have caused him to lose control of his bodily functions.
In like a lion, out like a lamb; the glorious thrill of victory and the deathlike agony of defeat are portrayed with imagery borrowed from the Book of Revelation in this homage to the annual spring classic.