Your 'Our Friend The Coalmine' Earth Day Art Contest Winners!
Yesterday we brought you the fun news of a state of Utah elementary school art contest with the awesome theme Where Would WE Be Without Oil, Gas and Mining, in honor of -- wait for it -- Earth Day!
(In case you were wondering, no: the state of Utah was not going for a Nothing But Flowers
utopia horrifying dystopia, but rather wanted its schoolchildren to focus on the benefits to humanity -- AND THE ENVIRONMENT -- wrought by the oil, gas and mining companies. We will repeat: IN HONOR OF EARTH DAY.)
Since we are not Utah elementary school students, and none of you Utahnkers made your grade-school children available as an art-laundering front, we decided to hold our branch of the contest here. Did you deliver? What do you think?
The above picture, of where WE would be without oil, gas and mining, was by Smutboffin. Does he or she win? MAYBE.
This one is by someone.
This one is by someone else.
And now, a musical interlude!
Somebody did this one too.
Here's a thing!
And another thing!
What is this? Oh, just a thing.
And your final thing. You guys, feel free to identify yourself in the comments, it is Friday and we are Lazy Hitler. Who wins? None of you darling, you FORGOT THE FUCKING GLITTER, THE END.
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