Bold And Courageous Kickstarter Aims To make Biggest D*ck Drawing Of All Time (NSFW)


We’re always happy to see Kickstarter using its powers to bring awareness and much needed funds to grassroots art projects and underexposed innovative endeavors around the world. Or, to help make one big giant d*ck drawing. That works too.

Today we’re admiring the hopes and dreams of a young man named Alex Wong, who just really, actually loves penis drawings. Having simply graduated college without steady employment, Wong is using this precious time within a man’s life to explore the complex space where art and physicality intersect, sort of.

Wong explains on Kickstarter:

“With your assist, I will be able to create a wonderful (and long) drawing of the male structure. This is both a personal project rooted in my childhood dreamds, as well as a collaborate project to spread awareness and understanding of our bodies. We didn’t develop drawing d*cks out of nowhere. It was really fun, it was funny. It’s still thrilling it’s still funny. Whether it is a dreadful sketch on a bar napkin or a beautiful painting on a canvas; the d*ck drawing is a d*ck sketching. Seeing an abstract d*ck by Picasso in a museum is just as humorous as drawing one for yourself in the condensation of a car window. Let’s impress Guinness with the World’s Greatest D*ck Drawing. Project WBDD can be officially on the rise! ”

The plan is simple. Every buck you donate will add an inch to the penis rendering. The particular sky is the limit, people.

It’s worth noting that Wong seems realistic about the feasible outcomes of his artistic effort. He expresses his fears honestly on the world wide web: “Maybe nobody will certainly pledge to get balls, a head, pubes or veins added to the particular d*ck drawing and it’ll finish up looking deformed. Who cares! All of d*ck drawings are different. ”

May the push be with you, Wong.

On a darker note, Jezebel makes the very astute point that Wong is not that good at drawing d*cks. Of course , the art of penile rendering can be subjective. For those not convinced, you may find a more worthy cause to contribute to here.

h/t Jezebel