Nowadays, everyone's an artist.
Either a poet spitting rhymes in the comment section underneath someone's Facebook post, a musician releasing their first webcam-recorded video clip on YouTube, or a great painter leaving his mark in the world by illicitly tagging walls.
The latter is actually a very real incident that happened in a small town of Poulsbo in Washington.
One day, owners of Richie's Burger Urge found an amateur tag scrawled in black sharpie on one of their bathroom walls. Not an unusual incident, but still an annoying one.
However, instead of getting angry and covering the scarlet red wall in new paint, the bar's management decided to be a little more creative and, mind you, sarcastic.
The tag that reads "Weapon of Christ" was wittily transformed into a piece of art by hanging a plaque next to it.
The plaque, which you can usually see in art galleries and museums, classily throws shade at the anonymous "artist" who dared to deface private property.
The plaque reads:
Poulsbo, WA 2015
I Lack Creativity, 2015
Sharpie on drywall: 20.32 x 25.4 cm
In an attempt to abandon aesthetics, I Lack Creativity by Anonymous showcases an antiquated hieroglyph that has remained unchanged since the late 70's. Here Anon makes a fascinating plea to the retard human evolution and reminds us what it may have been like to use a public (yet privately owned) restroom in 1963.
If interested in purchasing, the "artist," Anonymous, may be found wandering the streets wondering why he is considered unemployable.