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If you're an artist and you sometimes feel like you are missing out by not having a certificate on the wall stating that you are a certified artist, then here is your answer. At the click of a button (and some help of a printer) you can now have your own personal Artist Certificate approved by the Artistic Practice Licensing Authority.
IN ORDER TO BE LICENSED, YOU MUST AGREE TO:
- At least occassionally produce works of art*.- Study learned treatises on 'real artists', their qualities, achievements, practices and heroic struggles, for the purpose of understanding how hopelessly short of their standards you fall.- Constantly question, to yourself and others, whether you and your work are good enough to ever be a proper artist.- Mutter under your breath at least daily that someone will expose you soon.- Cultivate brow-furrowing, chin-rubbing and other anxious mannerisms appropriate for artistic practice.
*Under exceptional circumstances the authority may accept 'talking about producing it a lot' or 'going to start it next week' as substitutes for this condition.