I don’t know about this. What is the “one of a kind design” here? Red coloring? I would need a morning cup of coffee before encountering this cup:
Jephyr Art [Jeff Curtin] has taken an amazing photograph of the original shroud and created a photo-enhanced, unique, one of a kind design.
Now you can own this conversation inducing, thought provoking creation on a mug from the Jephyr Art! Zazzle Store!
And it is only $15.95 ($12.95 each if you buy 100 or more).
The word is “kitsch”! It will be purchased by the blind, the tasteless and the ignorant. I bet he doesn’t do one of Mahomet – he’d be in trouble!
The artist has no imagination. How about a mug with a picture of the Shroud that turns into the “Real Face of Jesus” when you filled it with coffee and then as you drank it down, the face would revert to the Shroud. Now that would be kitsch. I’d love to send one to Richard Dawkins. (Along with a needle point or screen printed Shroud. Anyone tried that yet.)
(By the way, Mugs that change pictures or illustrations when filled with hot coffee are not miraculous, they are here now.)
That would be a cool effect. But wouldn’t it diminish the image and the man portrayed thereupon?
I’d rather say the word is “Krischt”!
If Christ is preached, I don’t care how…
I wonder from where the image was taken?
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