Talk:Fine Art of Malton

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Cosa Nostra Supports this

Cosa Nostra supports The Fine Art of Malton and maintains The Museums in Chudleyton. More specifically, The Bowell Museum [19, 23] and The Loder Museum [13, 23] --Don Al Capone

the Surrealists

1st August: Having splintered, the Surrealists are no longer in a position to run this movement. We ask of anyone reading this to please continue the good work. Many thanks to all those who have already helped!

I am considering maintaining this page in their stead unless anyone has any objections. I'll be going through and editing some reports and the example report to fit the style that the Philosophe Knights are using if there are no objections in the next week. --Dipcup 17:23, 8 August 2007 (BST)

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20th July 2006: Added FAM to the Department of Emergency Management wiki.

14th July 2006: Added FAM to urbandead policies.


  • I heartily support this Cause. I have been maintaining some Libraries and a Museum in Rolt Heights for RP reasons since I joined UD. Check out the Riddell Museum, the Bromilow Library, and the bio on my user page! I'm glad to know I'm not the only one concerned about protecting Malton's unique cultural resources through these uncertain times. Keep civilization worth keeping! I'll add information for Rolt Heights and Pescodside after I survey the area. Thanks for the nice Templates, the cool Page, and your Good Work, --Raystanwick 08:40, 21 July 2006 (BST)

In order to protect our heritage, the Office of Sensitive Intelligence instructs its agents to support the Fine Art of Malton Movement. --Freakenstein, Protocol 13 Liaison, Office of Sensitive Intelligence

Brooke Hills

We'd would love to help, but currently we're in a condition red. When the infestation is cleared up, we'll be glad to add to the database. --Tetrahedron 04:20, 22 July 2006 (BST)

Template Picture

As wonderful, colorful and trippy as the picture in the template is, I wouldn't exactly call it "Fine Art". In fact, given the scale markings on the sides, I'd guess it's some sort of scientific graph. Surely we can come up with something better? Like, I dunno, the Mona Lisa or something? Seriously, every time I look at it I wince. --Df 03:01, 3 September 2006 (BST)

Aye, go for it! The only reason I chucked that one in was because I had seriously limited time- replace it something decent, by all means (though the colour barrier should probably be changed too to match). Karloth vois RR 23:20, 4 September 2006 (BST)
Here's a few possibilities:
The first few are famous paintings. Actually, I don't think the Picasso is particularly well known, but I don't think there is one single iconic Picasso painting so I just picked one that was obviously Picasso. The last one isn't famous as far as I know but it has a frame, which I thought might be a good idea.--Df 21:57, 6 September 2006 (BST)
Absolutely loving the Dali one, though I feel melted clocks is perhaps slightly too complicated for a small thumbnail- perhaps would go best as an icon. Cheers for the effort though! Use whatever you like- up to your better judgement. Karloth vois RR 23:53, 6 September 2006 (BST)
Oy, how about going with the Mona Lisa and changing the color scheme to fit with the RSoM and CoLP? M 04:05, 10 September 2006 (BST)
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