You may be familiar with Paolo Veronese’s The Feast in the House of Levi, which began its existence as Lord’s Last Supper, before the Inquisition’s charges of heresy forced him to rename it. You may have also noticed the dog in the foreground, in front of Christ’s table–

Look out! This is now a CONTROVERSIAL ART PROJECT!

I don't think this is offensive.  Is it?  If so, I'm so, so sorry.  Really, I am.  I just don't even know what I'm doing here.

This post is an installment in a continuing series of content coordinated by theme or motif with posts from Enoch Allred of Chiltingham, John Allred of clol Town, Jon Fairbanks of Funkadelic Freestylings of Another Sort, Eli Z. McCormick and Miriam Allred of Modern Revelation!, Joseph Schlegel of Sour Mayonnaise, Sven Patrick Svensson of Sadness? Euphoria?, William C. Stewart of Chide, Chode, Chidden, and WiL Whitlark of The Real McJesus. This week’s theme: ‘A Last Supper‘.


About John D. Moore

Writer, cartoonist, filmmaker, and student of Japanese language, literature, and cinema at the University of Utah.

4 responses »

  1. Oh, Dawg, I wish you could be here! I’m seriously laughing out loud like I haven’t in a long time. This is even funnier than I thought it could be. Fuck! This is funny shit!

  2. Yarjka says:

    That last picture is so adorable.

  3. Logan says:

    I’m not getting the funniness Volker is feeling. Is this a satire on people doing sacrilege-for-its-own-sake in the Art world?

  4. Miriam says:

    That’s some pretty awesome photoshopping. I don’t find the pictures really sacrilegious strange as that seems. The religious nature of the pictures just makes them more beautiful and awesome. Dog heads! People heads!

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