1) Crude replicas of items that are much bigger or smaller than their "real" counterparts. 2) Anything including birds. 3) Anything featuring animals wearing clothes. 4) Clowns. 5) Video installations where seating is provided. 6) Art made out of books. 7) Art referencing comic books. 8) Any art that includes Mickey Mouse ears. 9) Sculpture that is made out of foam, papier mache or plaster of Paris. 10) Photo copied artwork.
1) Exact or near exact replicas of real items. 2) Very large photographs. 3) Most sculpture made out of nailing found pieces of wood together. 4) Computer animation. 5) Bronze cast sculpture. 6) Photographs that are in "editions". 7) Video installations where no seating is provided. 8) Neon light art especially slogans. 9) Art that uses mobile phones. 10) Boats
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If Outsideleft had arms they would always be wide open and welcoming to new writers and new ideas. If you've got something to say, something a small dank corner of the world needs to know about, a poem to publish, a book review, a short story, if you love music or the arts or anything else, write something about it and send it along. Of course we don't have anything as conformist as a budget here. But we'd love to see what you can do. Write for Outsideleft, do. [SUBMISSIONS FORM HERE]