The fact that we’ve slacked lately in reporting new Dudels (Dudeist art) should not be taken to mean there isn’t a modern Dudeist renaissance going on. There are plenty of Dude Vincis and Maudelangelos out there putting brush to canvas (or pencil to stationery) and making the world a more dudeiful place to dig.
One genius, if we understand it correctly, has really crafted a "piece of resistance" (as the French say) in producing a far-out Lebowskian take on Leonardo’s famous Last Supper. It’s truly marvelous and at three feet wide is long enough to really tie your walls together.
Roll on over to www.lebowskipainting.com and check it out for yourself. Their posters are most reasonably-priced and if you want to go fancy, you can even order copies on stretched canvases elegant enough to be highly commended at the Biennale.
In any event, since in the movie the Dude only subsists on White Russians, oat sodas, peanuts and mortuary mints, it’s nice to see he’s at last sitting down to a proper meal. Cynthia’s mother would be happy.