Skip to comments.Artists group takes credit for mysterious Utah monolith
Posted on 12/06/2020 11:56:28 AM PST by DUMBGRUNT
While the monoliths’ origin has sparked countless theories, from aliens to a marketing ploy, a small community of “stunt artists” have now seemingly claimed responsibility — and are even offering up more… for a hefty $45,000 price.
The community of artists known as The Most Famous Artist posted a photo of the monolith on their Instagram account Friday saying only “monolith-at-a-service.com.” The photo of the three-sided metal monolith included specs of the artwork noting: “Authentic dimensions and museum quality materials; edition of 3+1 artist proof; delivery and installation included; Blockchain certification of authenticity, signed and dated ‘The Most Famous Artists 2020’” – and added delivery would take 4 to 6 weeks.
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Covid Schmovid, have some fun.
Tounges were wagging!
Wait, there’s no evidence this was manmade.
Planet X. When the Nephilim find out this artist took credit for an interplanetary beacon they will not be pleased!
But it was so shiny in the sun...
Nanu Nanu :>)
Nanu Nanu :>)
You are back?
As I predicted. Just some guerilla marketing.
As John Fowles said, "Mankind needs the existence of mysteries. Not their solution."
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