What Happens When You Put an Ikea Print In an Art Museum? [Video]
Digital production and seeding agency Life Hunters recently placed a piece of art that can be bought at Ikea for about $15 in an art museum to see what experts and enthusiasts had to say about its quality and worth.
Hilariously predictable, everyone seems to think this is a very deep and meaningful piece, saying it contains "nostalgic attributes" and depicts the "chaos of the artist’s mind."
When asked to price the piece of art which was pitched as being by "the famous Ike Andrews," the prices guessed range from $1,000 to $2.5 million!
When our host from The Netherlands outfit revealed the painting was a print from Ikea, the reactions were mostly full of laughter. However, there were some who were not amused.
Watch the video and judge for yourself. Then, feel free to hit up your closest Ikea to buy your own seemingly million-dollar piece of art for the price of going out to lunch.
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