The work’s irreverent message appears discreet due to its small size and almost apologetic lower-case lettering; the blank expanse of the rest of the page, however, gives the words disproportionate weight and presence. This simultaneously self-effacing and assertive quality is typical of Creed’s work.
I don't know where to begin. If I didn't know any better I'd think this was a parody.
Being depressed by this is a bit like being depressed by pop because you think only classical music is music.
He's not stopping anyone from doing better art.
I wouldn't be into his art particularly but neither am I into the sort of paintings you see in national galleries either.
Really it wouldn't surprise me if he turned around one day and said the whole thing was a big joke.
He practically does just that here: