Monday, June 30, 2014
Honolulu- A long lost work attributed to Jackson Pollack has been discovered in a local video arcade. "After careful study, we believe this to be an early work of Pollack done before he began using paints. The work is made entirely of chewing gum," said art historian Wulf Iddown. The work hung for years in a local video arcade frequented by children and teens. "Who knew?" said an arcade worker who refused to be identified. The work is now on it's way to be restored by professionals although certain types of gum used by Pollack are no longer made.