|written by Hellraiser
Art is, as we all know as subjective as lifestyle, but
BSA transcends the final barrier between subjective and objective.
BSA is progress incarnate. But what is BSA? BSA stands for Brain
Splattering Art and it is a technique recently developed by the
Necanthrope artist Hellraiser.
It all started with a strange kind of dream I had while in [D-Notice].
Then, back in 903, the spark of creativity hit me an I realized
that I could ultimately immortalize the feelings, hopes and desires
of the whole World of Progress into one form of artistic expression.
I would describe BSA as a certainly expressionistic and unique painting
technique that not everyone is going to like, but then the way of
progress is not the way of the weak. Strong emotions and desires
require strong expressions and with BSA I'd like to pay my homage
to SLA Industries for it's protection, provisions of hope, dreams
[...] BSA and the ideas behind it are my dedication to our father
and CEO of SLA Industries, Mr. Slayer [...]."
the permission of Hellraiser we are now going to reveal some of
the secrets and basic principles of BSA. Since no-one could do it
like the artist himself, read his own description of how the first
BSA was created:
On New Paris in 901 I bought one of those sloppy Siobhan Lambert
artist hats, but today I'm going to wear it for the first time.
I know that it is going to happen ... Yesterday I got myself brushes,
colors and canvas ... One cup of coffee and a Coffin for the road
... I wasn't as agitated as when I went into the ... doesn't matter
Again it is like walking through a dream ... I pass people in the
streets but I hardly notice them ... The street has a foglike quality
to it ... Gone is the stench of Lower DownTown ... I smell cherryblossoms
in spring ... My private Mont Martre ... Open the bag an wear the
hat ... Canvas on the wall ... fix the light ...
Later ... Rap on the door ... Come in! ... His name - doesn't matter
... Got the Extermination warrant ... Force him before the canvas
... Bind him ... Which one shall I use? ... Can't decide ... Sweat
on his brow ...
He doesn't know ... Hmmmm, 12.7 or 17? ... HEAP - no the hole to
small ... Yeah, finally, 12.7mm HESH ... Load the chamber ... Safety
off ... One inch above the right brow, nah - too much sweat there
... Walk over, wipe his face ... He's crying ...
I plunge into his emotions ... Search his fear ... Rape his mind
Quiet now ... Sentimentality washes over me ... Only for a sec ...
Like with Formulae I calculate the angles and vectors his brain
will take ... Time in slowmo now ... Yes ... Take out the remote
for the CD, "The Misinterpretation of Silence and it's Fatal
Consequences" suits my mood perfectly now ...
F ... I turn around, raise the Blitzer, pull the trigger ...
My calculations were right. I hurry over and turn the canvas horizontally.
With a spoon I scrape out the last remains of brain out of his skull
... Nasty headwound ... BSA at it's best ...
I arrange the brain on the canvas around the hole that the bullet
made. Add some touches of VomitGreen, SpitYellow and GoreZoneRed.
Fix the whole painting with gloss varnish to preserve it for all
time and ... Yes, ...
Say "Hallo" to the new appearance of recently exterminated
Monarch Police Officer Todd Halbrook ...
Nearly forgot to sign it. On the back I glue a copy of the Extermination
warrant as a proof of authenticity.
No. 1, 09/06/903.
Tomorrow I will get it framed, and then I will present it to ...
doesn't matter to you ..."
from the diary of Necanthrope Hellraiser, Cloak Division, SCL 5A,
09/06/903. Edited by the author.
what shall we say, thank you Mr. Hellraiser.
When asked about future plans, Mr. Hellraiser informed us that there
are plenty of brains and ammunition types left for BSA. But BSA
is limited. We are going to expect some severe increases in value,
so if you want an original Hellraiser BSA, reserve one yourself
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