With a tip of the hat to gadget_girl:
Not just your typical bad art. This is art that is almost transcendent in its stunning, sublime awfulness. This is art that does for painting what Jonestown did for Kool-Aid. This is art that challenges the traditional conception of “art” as “expression which reveals the deeper mysteries of the human condition.” Many of the pieces in the Museum display a carefree–some would say “reckless”–disregard for the most basic elements of composition, form, and technical competence; the viewer is often left reeling. And the hard-hitting commentary that accompanies these works dares to ask the difficult questions, like “Are those mountains or ice cream cones in the background?”
My own personal favorite in the collection is here.