The Cleon Peterson Beauty In Brutality thread

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Postby toobs on Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:42 pm

sht! i like these - nooooo must resist
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Postby ciphe on Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:50 pm

toobs wrote:sht! i like these - nooooo must resist


hahah same. the size is of this helps though. I probably wont frame it for a while and they're to big to fit in my portfolio. Hopefully I just talked myself into controlling my compulsive spending habits.
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Postby WaltJocketty on Wed Sep 20, 2017 5:18 pm

This is easily my favorite print he's done in the past couple years.
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Postby soupysound on Thu Sep 21, 2017 8:25 am

WaltJocketty wrote:This is easily my favorite print he's done in the past couple years.


agreed. although i am a sucker for symmetry. first print of his that i've purchased.
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Postby artepersfizio on Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:30 pm

Proof of data mining?

I own the "Balance of Power" print (one of Cleon's best imo) and it's listed for trade. I didn't even realize it was listed for trade, as noone asked me about the print until this week, when I've received interest from four people. I find that to be more than coincidence, and I wonder if people are using bots to mine the Expressobeans library for prints which are gaining value. Someone appears to have recently purchased "Balance of Power" for 1000$, and now my inbox is getting flooded.

Thoughts? Wild Paranoia?
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Postby Cragars on Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:48 pm

nope, just people thinking it'll rise even further or people that want it but expected it to lower in value but who are now shitting themselves.
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Postby WaltJocketty on Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:48 pm

artepersfizio wrote:Proof of data mining?

I own the "Balance of Power" print (one of Cleon's best imo) and it's listed for trade. I didn't even realize it was listed for trade, as noone asked me about the print until this week, when I've received interest from four people. I find that to be more than coincidence, and I wonder if people are using bots to mine the Expressobeans library for prints which are gaining value. Someone appears to have recently purchased "Balance of Power" for 1000$, and now my inbox is getting flooded.

Thoughts? Wild Paranoia?


No idea how to prove it, but the price history tool has always been unreliable at best.
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Postby HenryGaleWasHere on Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:00 pm

shills/FOMO/TGT, etc- all it takes is one...
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