Mark Rothko. Cy Twombly. Joan Miro. Some anachronistic artists manage to earn not just enormous bidding prices for their masterworks, but also scorn for abstractions and accusations that what they do it not art. Well, you can now add an anonymous 4chan user to that list of misunderstood savants.
Annals of Ebay
A dad attempting to buy an Xbox One “for his 4-year-old son” on eBay recently had his plans thwarted when he received a photo of the game console in the mail instead of the Xbox itself, the Nottingham Post reports.
The beauty of shopping on eBay is that you can do it while holed up in your apartment without the fear of judgement on that ugly handbag you have your eye on. Now, the ecommerce company wants to change that by welcoming you to the outside world with new interactive storefronts featuring products from Read More
As summer approaches, the only sensible way to cool down is to grab a pack of Bud Light Lime, some friends, and lock each other up in a morgue refrigerator until September. Luckily we found a slightly used but affordable one for sale on eBay, and it’s being auctioned off by the New York state government. Read More
Though you may no longer sell magic potions or tarot readings on eBay, one enterprising New Jersey resident decided that he could perhaps skirt the auction platform’s rules against metaphysical items and put his spot in “Olaam Habaah (Heaven)” up for sale. At least that’s what he originally told The Jewish Daily Forward. Within hours, the “item” had raked in bids upwards of $100,000, which is really chump change considering we’re talking about all of eternity here. Read More
Hey corporations and social media addicts: you do not want to miss this opportunity.
Nick Symmonds, a 2012 Olympian and member of the U.S. Track and Field Team currently ranked no. 1 in the U.S. for 800 meters, is subsidizing his training with an eBay auction. The Oregon runner announced yesterday he plans to wear a temporary tattoo with the auction winner’s Twitter handle on his left shoulder. Read More