Saturday, October 29
This super tricky anthropomorhic nob was found at - surprisingly enough - a skate park. Unusually for nobart, this nob exhibits contextual relevance and is one of the most highly prized nobs nobserved so far. The date raises questions - what does it signify? It's highly unlikely, given the transitory nature of nobart, that it has actually been in situ since 1983. The date may be the birthdate of the nobartist? If this is the case then Nobwatch is one gigantic step closer to homing in on this mysterious, anonymous, genital scribbling, fraternity.
Wednesday, October 26
The Bradford Flasher is named as such because of his forward thrusting stance inviting any unwary passers by to get an eyeful of his man meat. His smug grin says it all.
Many questions remain about the Bradford Flasher's authorship... Was he a collaboration piece? Or did a passerby with a spray can seize the nobbotunity to enscribe a nob onto a previously family- friendly stickman?
Monday, October 24
Saturday, October 22
This suberb 3D sculpture features elements of the organic in the nobartist's medium of choice, but also the digital in the tetris-style blockiness of the bell 'n' balls set. A vast structure, this nob dominates its location and is best viewed from above. The Nobservatory has a hunch that this one won't be around for very long, so keep one eye out for it this weekend!
Thursday, October 20
The Veiny Drooper is an exceptional piece of nobart. It's flaccid pose conveys innocence yet the pulsing veins communicate potential vitality. Experts at the Nobservatory believe that this is a collaborative piece, note the mixed media (different pens) indicating more than one nobartist at work.
Monday, October 17
Winter is coming and the pubes are getting long and in this case, curly! The first piece to reach the Nobservatory with pubic hair, this particular nob has astounded critics. Severe lines give way to delicate detail as the wispy pubes curl out from the solid structure of the nuts. The abstract lines to the top of the piece capture the etherial nature of ejaculate and provide a perfect visual balance to the nadgerfur.
Saturday, October 15
green bin is massively significant. As far as we at the Nobservatory are concerned, this is an example of situational statement Nobart at its very best.
Friday, October 14
This jovial little nob just leaks jolliness and cheer. It has a sacful of joy and is not afraid to share it with the world. Its chubby little meat pole practically smirks as it unloads its juice across the concrete of the skate park, providing a stark contrast with the utilitarian surroundings. We rate it.
Thursday, October 13
Our first nadgerless nob exudes simplicity and function-over-form. Note the clean lines and gushing ejaculate. We at the Nobservatory have recorded that the piece has no biological accuracy, however we do not see this as detrimental to the overall effect. Pay particular attention to the shadow line where the artist attempts to recreate the engorgement of the shaft.
Saturday, October 8
Friday, October 7
A midnight raid on Victoria road revealed this priceless nobart specimen. This well crafted piece of phallophilia came complete with an educational description...
... almost akin to the Accompanying Guff Plaques found in art galleries. Nobby!
Sunday, October 2
A rare example of nobart discovered on the side of the bridge over the inner ring road in Leeds. What separates this nob from the norm is the attachment of a character. Freudian? Yes indeed. Wish fulfillment on the part of the artist? Most definitely.