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|“||Art Blank also missing; according to his office, he's been missing for a few days. His secretary told me he's probably on vacation somewhere with his kids.||”|
— David Tapp writes about Art's disappearance[src]
Art Blank is a fictional character from the Saw franchise. He is one of the unseen characters in the series.
Art Blank was a lawyer and father of at least two children. Furthermore, he was a member of Gideon, a company dedicated to buying up abandoned real estate properties and renovating them to create low-cost housings for low-income people. While Art was responsible for the legal transactions of Gideon, John Kramer, a civil engineer, planned the building restorations, and Solomon Bates, an accountant, took care of the company's financial concerns. (Saw II: Flesh & Blood)
At some point, David Tapp, a former homicide detective who used to work for the Metropolitan Police Department, tried to contact Art during the investigation of a serial killer case. However, Art had mysteriously disappeared for a few days already. While no one certainly knew about his whereabouts, his secretary assumed that he was on vacation with his children. (Saw II: Flesh & Blood)
- Art also appeared in the movies and was the tertiary antagonist of Saw IV.
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