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Wangburger, Graphite on white note paper, 2012
Further exploring the penis-as-foodstuff motif, this piece displays at first glance a delicious meaty burger feast, followed by arriere-pensee - this is a feast not to the taste of everyone.

Wangburger, Graphite on white note paper, 2012

Further exploring the penis-as-foodstuff motif, this piece displays at first glance a delicious meaty burger feast, followed by arriere-pensee - this is a feast not to the taste of everyone.

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Kiss The Cock, Graphite on white note paper, 2012
The artist pays tribute to the transition of Summer into Autumn, and thus the end of the traditional BBQ season. The author also demonstrates considerable perspicacity by incorporating the subtext of cannibalism to add a hidden profundity.
Note the text on the BBQ chef’s apron - dextrous yet playful wordplay.

Kiss The Cock, Graphite on white note paper, 2012

The artist pays tribute to the transition of Summer into Autumn, and thus the end of the traditional BBQ season. The author also demonstrates considerable perspicacity by incorporating the subtext of cannibalism to add a hidden profundity.

Note the text on the BBQ chef’s apron - dextrous yet playful wordplay.

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Apologies for the posting hiatus, however like all trendy blogs the inevitable happened - we made a book. This took a long time and a lot of effort, but rest assured “Members Only” is a sumptuous feast of penii accompanied by the finest in wordsmithery. More details, including ordering information, will be forthcoming shortly.
In the meantime, a related image - a calender, each page embellished with an image of a male appendage. Maybe one day life will imitate art and this will become a reality - a treasure to adorn the study wall of the true connoisseur. Or perhaps by that stage, Dale’s work will have entered the mainstream, and the calender will sit side by side with the “Motivational Word-a-day” and “Cute Sloths” calenders in shopping mall display racks.

Apologies for the posting hiatus, however like all trendy blogs the inevitable happened - we made a book. This took a long time and a lot of effort, but rest assured “Members Only” is a sumptuous feast of penii accompanied by the finest in wordsmithery. More details, including ordering information, will be forthcoming shortly.

In the meantime, a related image - a calender, each page embellished with an image of a male appendage. Maybe one day life will imitate art and this will become a reality - a treasure to adorn the study wall of the true connoisseur. Or perhaps by that stage, Dale’s work will have entered the mainstream, and the calender will sit side by side with the “Motivational Word-a-day” and “Cute Sloths” calenders in shopping mall display racks.

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Today’s piece continues the trend of topical works based on mass-market entertainment. The hasty and ramshackle lining reflects the artist’s insouciance towards the topic - he is compelled more by his audience than in his own interest. Has he lost his ardency? Is the creative flame waning?

Today’s piece continues the trend of topical works based on mass-market entertainment. The hasty and ramshackle lining reflects the artist’s insouciance towards the topic - he is compelled more by his audience than in his own interest. Has he lost his ardency? Is the creative flame waning?

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A bizarre and challenging piece, produced at the height of one of the artist’s ‘fugue states’ during a work meeting. The artist claims no recollection of the piece, which goes some way to explaining the uncharacteristic elements such as the skull and visualised vocalisations. The lined paper recalls the enclosing iron bars of a cage, symbolising the artist trapped within his own psyche.

A bizarre and challenging piece, produced at the height of one of the artist’s ‘fugue states’ during a work meeting. The artist claims no recollection of the piece, which goes some way to explaining the uncharacteristic elements such as the skull and visualised vocalisations. The lined paper recalls the enclosing iron bars of a cage, symbolising the artist trapped within his own psyche.

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This Dale protuberance explores the inherently phallic nature of the light sabre of popular culture. The observer is reminded of another great work of penile celebration - ‘Space Balls’ (M. Brooks, 1987).

This Dale protuberance explores the inherently phallic nature of the light sabre of popular culture. The observer is reminded of another great work of penile celebration - ‘Space Balls’ (M. Brooks, 1987).

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"The Rapture", 2011, ink on post-it note.
This work, both sacrilegious and a true affirmation of the existence of a greater good, was created to mark the predicted end of the world, on October 21st. The faithful members “arise” into the sky in a glorious cloud of knobs. The sinners are left behind to suffer in pits of sulfur, with much wailing and gnashing of meatus teeth.

"The Rapture", 2011, ink on post-it note.

This work, both sacrilegious and a true affirmation of the existence of a greater good, was created to mark the predicted end of the world, on October 21st. The faithful members “arise” into the sky in a glorious cloud of knobs. The sinners are left behind to suffer in pits of sulfur, with much wailing and gnashing of meatus teeth.

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The artiste investigates recurrent themes with a surfacing submersible work. This hearkens back to the earlier shark-dong, however it is presented in a much more utilitarian manner. In fact, is this a penis at all, or just a representation of a man-made submarine with a humourous prow? Are we, as mere worshippers at the font of brilliant masterworks that is the savant we are privileged to call Dale, capable of distinguishing?

The artiste investigates recurrent themes with a surfacing submersible work. This hearkens back to the earlier shark-dong, however it is presented in a much more utilitarian manner. In fact, is this a penis at all, or just a representation of a man-made submarine with a humourous prow? Are we, as mere worshippers at the font of brilliant masterworks that is the savant we are privileged to call Dale, capable of distinguishing?

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This engorged phallus has adrenaline-swollen veins. The piece comes from a rare period of mental block on the artist’s part, and required gentle cajoling to encourage the emergence of the work - hence the scrawled entreatment across the upper bounds of the canvas - “Draw roidy penis here”.

This engorged phallus has adrenaline-swollen veins. The piece comes from a rare period of mental block on the artist’s part, and required gentle cajoling to encourage the emergence of the work - hence the scrawled entreatment across the upper bounds of the canvas - “Draw roidy penis here”.

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Another highly topical rendition, this time of the caped crusader, prepared in anticipation of the new video game. The Batwang perches atop a lonely building in some distant metropolis, as below him the streets descend into chaos. The inhabitants beseech him for aid, utilising the familiar cowl-and-balls insignia projected onto the skyline.

This could be interpreted as a subtle projection of Dale’s subconscious onto the canvas. He styles himself a mysterious hero, anonymously aiding the innocent, and all the while hiding behind a veil of penises.

The second photo is of the same image, fortuitously illuminated by a shaft of sunlight to dramatic effect.