Sunday, February 26, 2017

L.A. Street Artist Sabo Skews Tinseltown by the Discounting of Hollywood

LA Street Artist Sabo Skews Tinseltown with Discounting of Hollywood installation

On the eve of the Academy Awards, L.A. Street Artist Sabo did a real life installation that skewered Tinseltown. 

Sabo created posters that looked very similar to Tinseltown publicity but which sported a message which did anything but hype the 2017 Oscars, particularly quoting from Quentin Tarantino's True Romance (1993).

The host of this year's Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel has warned that viewers acknowledges that much of his Academy Awards monologue will be about President Donald Trump (and it won't be all light commentary) because that is what people are talking about.  Still Kimmel worries that the Oscars will talk too much about Trump, and inevitably such political talk will alienate some people.

For those "Deplorables" who are already alienated from the progressive pontifications from Hollyweird, Doc Thompson is hosting the #SnowFlakeAwards on The Blaze TV (which will also be livestreamed on The Snowflake Awards website).   That will be a show that will be much more simpatico with Sabo, albeit the ceremony will not simply skewer the entertainment industry.

However, it is dubious if those who achieve the Peoples' Choice in the Snowflake Awards will pick up their trophies before they melt in the hot studio lights or the glare of public opinion.

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