It seems like the only one who couldn’t get enough of Kanye loving Kanye was a mystery individual willing to pay a pretty penny to remove the work.
Story | Nico Blitz
Artwork | Scott Marsh
Sydney, Australian street artist Scott Marsh mustered up a controversial painting of the Golden Rule, Hip-Hop Edition: love one another as much as Kanye loves Kanye. Whether the art was simply inappropriate for Sydney, G.O.O.D. Music, or an individual with a large sum of cash, Marsh took down the painting for a whopping $100,000.
The offer was exactly where Marsh had wanted it, however. The artist took the Instagram that he would remove the work for the six-figure amount and a lifetime supply of Yeezys. Though it’s unknown if Marsh attainted his lifetime supply, he claimed that he’ll be drinking top-shelf at a local pub with his large paycheck.
Marsh was selling his once in a lifetime artwork for $40 via 1xrun from March 28 to April 11.