Once, religion gave us Bach and the Sistine Chapel. That was then; now religion gives us…
Holy Flash Abuse, Batman! You have to see the intro page for the International Congress of Churches & Ministers to believe it. Somebody had way too much coffee.
- If your religious kitsch preferences are more old school, try crafting a god box.
A God box is an object of intense beauty used for manifesting goodness in your life. You can buy it or build it. You can adorn it with faux finishes, faux lapis, strings soaked in glue, making loops, like spaghetti rococco, then paint it, varnish it, maybe gluing on many sparkling, faux jewels or pearls.
You can do a collage of cut out magazine photos, or seed catalogue flowers or pictures of saints, Gods and Goddesses. You’ll come across the most beautiful articles to put on the outside of your box, if you look at graphics, posters, magazines and the calendars made by the popular painter, THOMAS KINKAID, or Renaissance poster art.
Web pages are for nerds. Glitter and glued pasta is for Sunday School. You are hardcore. For your art, you go to the Church of Body Modification. (Warning! Photos of people achieving god-insight through intense pain will be in your face if you click on that link!)