1. Attack of artistic origin. Allows the attacked person to create amazing drawings with little or no effort. Usually involves the continuous chanting of the word 'draw.'
2. Term coined by Mark Kistler of the T.V. show Imagination Station.
3. Violent attack involving art supplies. Usually leaves the victim dead or seriously injured.
Look at what that art attack did to Jimmy's drawing!
Mark Kistler created the term 'art attack'
Bill impaled Jim on his pencil during his art attack.
An art show targeting a young audience in which presenter Neil Buchanan creates works of art. The phenomenon lasted 18 years being produced, directed and presented by the same people.
Art attack you, will be missed.
art at⋅tack – ahrt uh-tak
Derived from the "Gorilla Mask" and the familiar 90's British children's television series revolving around art know as "Art Attack" hosted by Neil Buchanan
A "sexual act" involving a hand full of sparkles thrown in the face of an unsuspecting female who just recieved a facial.
At the point of execution you yell the famous line...
"This is an Art Attack, and this is an Art Attack... THIS IS ART ATTACK!"
I brought that bitch home from the club and got her ass ready for art class with an Art Attack
Last night I finished with an Art Attack
Last night I gave that bitch an Art Attack
Inspired by the memorable catch-phrase of the presenter of UK children's TV program "Art Attack", Neil Buchanan. Upon demonstrating to the viewer a simple but satisfying art technique, he would enthusiastically advocate that the viewer "Try it yourself!"
This becomes the basis for the female response to being superman that hoe'd, robocop'd, or spiderman'd. If a man ejaculates onto the woman's body in a way she finds unacceptable, for example, in her hair or nose, she scrapes the ejaculate off herself, into the palm of her hand, before slapping the man in the face, whilst shouting "Try it yourself!"
An emerging favourite amongst the young women of today.
"This bastard came in my eye last night! I had cum all over my face!"
"Why didn't you Art Attack him?"