This article discusses an upcoming artist named Al Taylor. Al Taylor, doesn't just do ordinary 2-D and 3-D projects, he is taking his creativity and art work to the next level. His new collection does include some fragile ink, pencil and gouache drawings, and a few wire and wood sculptures, but also includes something interesting that caught my eye. Al Taylor is using ink, toner, and paint to make drop like puddles on paper. He is even turning, dogs' urine puddles on urban sidewalks into art. This new approach to art is humorous, yet so simple. I think many people will love it, because the bottom line is, Al Taylor is creatively genius. If this new simple art sells, what will happen to many of the art supply stores? If Taylor is using a lot of photographs, then there won't be such a demand for canvas, or all the varieties of pencils and paint brushes. If people start to only focus on the concept of making every day subjects into art, then the art supply industry might suffer considering what medium they chose to use. Al Taylor seems to be using recycled products, the article didn't exactly say, but I'm assuming that the toner, and wire weren't bought for these projects if his style is to put focus on dog urine. If recycled art also becomes a big deal and art joins the "green" band wagon then art supply stores will most definitely start to suffer then. Going green has become such a trend, that I can easily see it taking over part of the art world.