‹ All StoriesQuiltingNext Story ›The Violent Version of Domesticated CraftYou are currently viewing a single conversation. Return to Full DiscussionSoko176follow2yCool art but I won't be interested in displaying it in my home. It's art that might appeal more to 16-25 demographic who lives in a bachelor studio or in their parents basement. College educated but makes median income under $35k. Young inexperienced men might enjoy this the most.Soldiershak10follow2ySokoSeems like a sour response.Soko176follow2ySoldiershakI just have a more refined taste. Nothing against plebs.Beyah19follow2ySoko"My art is better than your art"KnifeGuy332follow2ySokoA lot of the comments you make, make you seem like a bucket of human waste. Just saying, you know, from one pleb to another.Mush3follow2ySokoMoney has nothing to do with experience, and that was a somewhat sexist remark on your behalf.DeeJay7follow2ySokoSoko the douche bag, criticism like this only come from someone who is jealous. Ben your talent is real and impressive, as someone who is highly skilled in the math and science and makes well over $35k a year, I would love you own one of your textiles. Where can I find a larger collection to chose from??VokMonix6follow2ySokoHaha you just called people who like it plebs. Seems like passive aggression is the motive behind both comments.VokMonix6follow2ySokoThis person has a history of showing themselves to be distasteful a incompetent in their conduct in this community.VokMonix6follow2ySokoYou come across as narrow minded and unintelligent. Also, your insults are self defeating. Please leave the community.Soko176follow1ySokoI just don't like the art. Its gaudy and appealing to a demographic that is often steeped in dorritos and mountain dew. Live the life you want but I don't have to consume it let alone pander to consumers that I have nothing in common with.