Robert Arneson (1930–92) was an incorrigible provocateur. You might recall his notorious 1981 memorial for slain San Francisco mayor George Moscone: all proud teeth and wavy hair, the larger-than-life bust brilliantly parodies an adman's dream of affable electability, while the pedestal bears the impression of the type of handgun used to murder Moscone and city supervisor Harvey Milk in 1978. Arneson also referenced Twinkies, the copious consumption of which the killer infamously (and successfully) claimed had... More >>>