Posted by Stitchy McYarnpants On January - 25 - 2008   ShareThis

Renowned gastrointestinal sculptress, Ileum McManus, has once again rocked the craft world and we at the MOKS are proud to be able to show you the latest work to emerge from her ground-breaking movement.

Poopy Dog is a study in the delicate balance of color, texture, and digestive prowess. Her liberal use of fiber, both acrylic and dietary, have secured her place in the annals of the art history and kept her regular for years.

What’s next for McManus? She wouldn’t say, but we did notice some┬áprunes and alpaca in her tote bag. We’re hoping she took our hint about needing a draft stopper for the front door of the Mueum’s lobby.

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12 Responses

  1. maryse says:

    i’m kind of disgusted

  2. caro says:

    I don’t know where to start. The fluffy…is it a tail? the strangling, um, arm? around his um, neck? Or the off centre catchlights in his eyes? Oh wait, that last one might be my own photography techniques overload.

  3. Sara says:

    Caro, I think those are tapeworms.

  4. April says:

    I’m with Sara, it looks like a parasite. eeek

  5. Celia says:

    He looks just like my stomach feels this morning.

  6. Margaret says:

    I read that as “secured her place in the anals of the art history.”

  7. Shannon says:

    I don’t know…I’m thinking more along the lines of “nightmare from beneath the waters” or “Little mermaid gone very wrong…” or “loch ness puppy doggy” in technicolor of course

  8. Susanna says:

    It’s like one of the evil aliens from Stephen King’s “Dreamcatcher” that grew inside people’s bodies, only with a cute puppy face.

  9. Ann says:

    Dear Stitchy: When I saw this I thought of this:
    So strange!

  10. Linda L. says:

    I say, knitting this took some guts.

    I’m just confused by the bow tie.

  11. val says:

    ROTFL……..yep, looks like elephant boogers to me……..

  12. acrylickitten says:

    Stitchy, don’t you mean “anals of art history”? Yeah, sorry ’bout that.

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