Saul Steinberg // "I think it is very important for people to run away...from home, from the mainstream, from their family, from the culture, from the society that produced them...because the moment I have to learn something new, like new habits, new languages, I myself have something like a rebirth. I reduce myself to the lowest denominator and this is very healthy for an artist. To start all over again."
Milton Glaser // "If you perceive the universe as being a universe of abundance, then it will be. If you think of the universe as one of scarcity, then it will be...I always thought that there was enough of everything to go around...that there are enough ideas in the universe and enough nourishment."
Beautiful words via @tylerkentwhite
(via booklover) I was brought up and trained to be disapproving of the flippantness of being female. More often than not, I hate the female-ness about myself that others see because I see it as a weakness they spot, judge and make use of. But in so many inevitable ways, the definition of femininity more than defines, in essence, the person I’ve always been.
ohwhitemare: Mar Bucknell, ‘The Psychologist’s Lament’
"How to Work Better" by Fischli/Weiss (1991)
Yes is More by John Bielenberg for The Triumph of the Commons: 55 Theses on the Future published by Collins 2012
Modern Heroines:Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations | A Bazmark Production. Directed by Baz Luhrmann.
"If I can't see you home, may I sit on the fence and see you go by?" -- the art of proposition by history.
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Remember that we're all in ths together.