In the internet, various opinions are abound, some conflicting with others. When news comes out that seem ridiculous to almost everyone, the people of the internet will rally together with jokes and memes to show how truly crazy that news is.
When an artist bought the right to a black pigment, people took to the internet to troll and haze him for this stupid seeming decision that censors what art can be created and in what way.
These memes and subsequent fake events (some eventually in response to each other) are incredibly clever, funny and demonstrate how completely idiotic this artists decision was.
Various Tumblr users found out about Kapoor’s Cloud Gate which is located at Millennium Park in Chicago and the various hilarious events related to it. In all memes and hilarious events Cloud Gate is called the bean (which honestly is a more accurate name for it). Along with the popularity of the sculpture came some not so popular information about the actions of the artist behind it.
Writer's note: please don't edit this out. The bean is a better name and surely I'm not the only one who thinks it'd be funny to only refer to it as that.
Anish Kapoor is a British sculptor born in Bombay on the 12th March 1954. His works include 'Sky Mirror' (located in Nottingham, England), 'Decent into Limbo' and 'Descension' although he is most well known for "the bean".
Stuart Semple has continued his work and created the lightest paint.
In conclusion, the sculpture shall forever be known as "the bean" to spite a man who gives the art world a bad name. Additionally, Stuart Semple is proof that heroes do exist and they are working to help in the fight against those who make the world a gloomier, more pretentious place.