This week's question: Two young activists in a London museum recently threw a can of tomato soup at a Van Gogh painting to protest climate change. In seven or fewer words, come up with a warning sign that the museum can use to discourage copycat food-flinging attacks.
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THE WINNER: "Please Don't Feed the Paintings"
William S. Michaels, North Canton, Ohio
SECOND PLACE: "Splattery Will Get You Nowhere"
Jeff Vaughn, Bremerton, Washington
THIRD PLACE: "Don't Make Us Cut Off Your Ear"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas, Texas
"Impressionist Wing—No Expressionism Allowed''
John Espy, Lawrence, Kansas
"Your Entrée Will Be Your Exit"
Janine Witte, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
"Art Is for Looking, Not Your Cooking"
Tim Nicholson, Glen Ellyn, Illinois
"No Mustard on Our Rubens!"
Kenneth Burgan, Grass Valley, California
"Jackson Pollock, You're Not"
Ken Liebman, Williston, Vermont
"Let No Broth Go on the Rothko"
Hunter Burgan, Los Angeles, California
"Don't Spray the Monet"
Ivan Kershner, Salem, South Carolina
"No Soup From You"
John J. Hennigan, Camillus, New York
"Food for Thought, Not for Art"
Richard Schreiber, Washington, D.C.
"Keep Your Cans to Yourself"
Joan Nelson, Raritan, New Jersey
"Warhol Exhibit Other Way"
Liane Zimny, Lansing, Michigan