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Funism Folk Art by Sal Marino, Founder of The Funism Art Movement
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Funism Folk Art by Sal Marino

Sal Marino is a connoisseur of fun. Known as the Founder of The Funism Art Movement, Marinos unique vision of the world is punctuated by a wry and sometimes cryptic observation of every day life. He is a humorist, an artist, a photographer, a musician, a writer, a poet, a businessman, a lover, a father, an observer, a participant and most importantly, a Funist.Through his youthful beginnings in the music industry and art world, accomplishments in the field of Marketing and Advertising, an up and down career on Wall Street, with later significant successes in the entrepreneurial business world, Marino has forged a strong creative foundation upon which the building blocks of an eclectic, yet distinctive point of view are rooted. Recent manifestations of Marinos creative energies and talents are represented in the reflective, humorous and sometimes self-deprecating accounts of past experiences with, friends, strangers and lovers alike in his book, Guy Talk, Girl Talk.Marinos nostalgic look at sexual yearnings, unfulfilled love, brushes with fame and accounts of not so ordinary oddities are the mechanism by which the reader is drawn to the reflective surface of his subject matter. We all can see a bit of ourselves in Marinos stories, whether it is from the point of view of the protagonist or the many diverse personalities (some recognizable) who are represented therein. The author allows a glimpse through the window of his experience, and subsequently our own, suggesting that we each have reflective, sometimes dark and perhaps equally amusing stories to tell.

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