That, to me, shows a willingness to think about and analyze graphic art if only in highly personal terms.
I didn't know that you could look at, or be affected by, art in any other way.
Originally Posted by CGW
The trick is to move them along to looking things that are more ambiguous, abstract and challenging.
Herding cats. Cats with thick wallets. As mentioned upthread, his popularity does say a lot about American culture, and I'm dismayed by the message. (Poster gets points for making me retch with "Anne Geddes". Good work.)
I photograph things to see what things look like photographed.
- Garry Winogrand