Ramblings & ephemera

Painter of kitsch … and security

From "Art for Everybody" in the 15 October 2001 issue of The New Yorker, an article about the immensely popular, incredibly kitschy painter Thomas Kinkaid:

… ten million people own some product featuring his name, and most editions are signed with ink containing DNA from his hair or blood, to prevent fakes. 

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