painting in the dark: the struggle for art in a world obsessed with popularity

You can’t control the external outcomes of what you do, so why even think about them? Except of course that we’ve created a world where those external outcomes are valued more than anything else. And that’s our challenge today. In a world obsessed with popularity, will we do our work regardless of the consequences? Will we still make our art even if nobody is watching?

— Adam Westbrook

if you’re one of those creative souls out there, you might be interested to watch the first 2 parts of the series, which i’m linking below. you’re welcome.

part 1: why leonardo da vinci was no genius

part 2: the missing chapter

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