The famed dadaist, Jason De'Argo, was born a frenchman until his pilgramage to the Gaza strip. There, he became a German. After many years of great angst,the philosopher, poet and general cad-about was becond to the opium dens and cabarets of Polland. There, he met the young artists, film-makers, writers and other street-vendors that passed themselves off as intellectuals.
Unlike his peers, De'Argo was not destined to experience the recognition, wealth and social prosperity that plagued the others. Instead, he discovered a large growth on his neck and thought it resembled a barking dog.
"Wow, just like the doggie my daddy had!"
He named the open running sore, Dada. Soon, he found himself rolling over for treats and pissing on lamp-posts. Like the stench from his puss laden flesh, his art swept across Europe and onto the United States. Yes! A new art form was realized....
"Hunching Helena" and "Balls Lick Paradise" are his most famed work. De'Argo currently resides under a cardboard gallord behind a Pet-Smart retail outlet store. He enjoys knawing biscuts and rolling in gravey.