God and Son

Poking the bloated corpse of religion with a pointy stick to hear it fart.

Cross stitched

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Bad day?

I posted this to the Facebook group earlier, but realised there are many of the readers who don’t do ‘social media’, so here you go!

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Getting a Woody

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Once more I turn to butchering a Chris Woods original in the name of a cheap laugh at religion.

Hey, if you’re upset by the butchering of an artistic masterpiece, then I can only apologise (but he did give me permission)…

If you’re offended by the depicted crucifixion of a person who was at best, an amalgamation of many other cultish fairytales, then wind your neck in. The disclaimer is on the front page… Go read it.

Chris Woods is one of the current artists that make art interesting, provocative and attention grabbing. The near photographic quality of his brush work on some of his work is a pleasure to behold.

Chris Woods. SANDSTORM

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Party Weekend

Dealing with the elephant in the room…

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One a penny

Toasted & buttered…

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Oh Mag Got!

Forgive & forget…

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Parental Promises

 

Another picture based on the Chris Woods set of paintings: Stations of the Cross.

He’s also a top pod-caster with Horsetrack Hooligans.

Note: I have had permission to use this work from Chris, although the ‘humour’ expressed is not necessarily his... so don’t blame him for that.

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You think YOUR dad is hard…?

A bit of a side step from the usual God & Son fare….

Please follow the links to the original art work by the very talented artist Chris Woods. He’s also a top pod-caster with Horsetrack Hooligans.

Stations of the Cross – Artwork

Chris Woods – Artist

Note: I have had permission to use this work from Chris, although the ‘humour’ expressed is not necessarily his... so don’t blame him for that.

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What’s for Easter, Dad?

I am fully aware that the crucifixion and resurrection happened on totally different days, but I’m not letting bad fiction get in the way of good humour.

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