John Waters said that "life is nothing if you're not obsessed," and artist Alon Paul is certainly an example of an obsession that's translated into something incredibly cool. Every day for an entire year, Paul created a piece of art of, or inspired by, his hero, Madonna. Here's a preview of his new show Muse:365; the rest will be on display at the Art Salon August 15 through September 15.
See also: - Alon Paul on 365 days of Madonna and creating art out of his obsession - Jenny Lawson, aka The Bloggess, on her new book and weird taxidermied fan gifts - Band of Toughs moves into the forest with A Midsummer Night's Dream
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