Every artist period.
Louis Armstrong and Niels Bohr, Copenhagen, 1959
Probably the raddest theme for a pinball…except for BILL PAXTON PINBALL
John Powers, writing for The New York Times Magazine, briefly discusses his experiences as a studio assistant in Jeff Koons’s studio. Powers, who physically worked on the images thought up by Koons, broaches the idea of ownership in art creation on a personal level. Click the link to hear the heartbreaking story that happens all-too-often in the act of creating an art piece.
Sounds innerestin. Save this one for LATER