Mr Tilley regrets …

Presumably, these phantasmagorical paintings are what the artist sees through his new , up-to-the-minute META glasses. But isn’t that an intended depiction of Salvador Dalì ? He saw things in a weird way even before the advent of trendy tech enhancements like META. Does that not vitiate the point? Our award -winning panel thought so.



Mr Tilley regrets … the following submission fell short of our standards.

A doggie and a bone – please! – the oldest cliché in the book! The artist no doubt thought he was au courant by presenting this obvious wish fulfillment via the latest technology. The concept left us cold. Besides, the META was too picayune to be readily legible.

However, we incidentally must applaud his slap-dash sketch of the animal. It couldn’t have taken more than ten minutes to render. Now that has what we most treasure around here — sprezzatura.