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$Honey Gets The Geoffrey Raymond Treatment

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Geoffrey Raymond, the greatest artist of our time, who brought us such masterpieces as “Big Lloyd I (.6 Billion)” (a rendering of Lloyd Blankfein), "Big Jim I: Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine" (Jim Cramer), and “Big Dick I (Hundred Million)” (Dick Grasso), is at it again. This time it’s Maria Bartiromo, whose portrait will be exhibited in front of the NYSE and around Wall Street for the next ten days, and available for purchase on eBay until October 6 (minimum bid is $4,999).
For his latest venture, Raymond chose to interpret the CNBC anchor as the Virgin Mary, which doesn’t seem like much of a stretch to us, if detailed accounts as to what went down on the Citigroup jet and the tips we get from the chippies in our Christian youth group about “how to be a bad girl while maintaining that you’re a good girl at the same time” are to be believed. Raymond, whose work has been described as “early crazy,” also uses the space to weigh in on the alleged friction between Bartiromo and Erin Burnett, because nothing drives the art market like a good catfight. Check it out today (the first 100 passersby will be given the opportunity to jerk off on their favorite part. Credit Suisse employees—you really have no excuse not to).