Disease Proof

Hotel Room from Hell...

Some call it a masterpiece. I call it a nightmare. In 1999, an artist sprayed an entire room at the Washington Jefferson Hotel in New York City with melted cheese, in the name of art:



Yeah, maybe creative freedom isn’t such a good idea. Because you end up with things like this. The hot beef sundae—ground beef, gravy and buttered toast, topped with cheddar. Eek!

Via Serious Eats.

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sharon shaw - July 5, 2009 10:55 AM

I bet that the maintenance dept is still trying to scrape the plaque off the walls!!...I think I'll BYPASS that hotel.......

Sara - July 5, 2009 11:14 AM

Yick- some day they are going to get tired of it. Can you imagine trying to clean it up . How about when mold sets in? People are crazy. In the local free paper there was a cooking article on bacon featuring bacon brownies! That was in the same issue as an article about a cookbook written by a local woman featuring [fairly] healthy food.

Sandy Warf - July 5, 2009 5:56 PM

With about 35,000 children starving to death each day worldwide, this is an stupid, unconscious and callous use of resources typical of the excesses which have much of the rest of the world regarding our country with dismay.

Steve - July 6, 2009 7:43 AM

Hi Gerry
This kind of 'art' always puzzles me. Is there an exhibit, do people line up to go into the room and view it?

Reminds me of an old episode of Murphy Brown where the art snobs are all fawning over a 'no smoking' sign.

Cheers, Steve

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