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Cards Against Humanity recently bought a Picasso. And it's now asking 150,000 people to vote whether to donate it to a museum or laser-cut it into 150,000 pieces.
And I'm one of those people.
Which Picasso? Tete de Faune—a 1962 Linocut print, of which the artist made a series of 50. They haven't said which number print they bought, merely calling it an original (probably because it's more shocking to think of destroying a single original work than one of 50).