A Home is a place of safety which one can invite others into.
Sarcasm deserves to be misunderstood.
the bridges and art of Calatrava: http://www.calatrava.com/#/Selected%20works/Art/Sculptures?mode=english
phenomenal explorations of balance and form
One of my favorite sites: http://www.thecoolhunter.net
There’s so many notable ideas, innovations, explorations of color, shape, light, and more in this site, it’s difficult to pick. . .
For example, here’s one to start with: http://www.thecoolhunter.net/article/detail/1919/if-its-important-youll-find-a-way.-if-it-isnt-youll-find-an-excuse
One’s impression of a fact or person is truly colored by context more than most people think.
The proof, in black, white, and shades of grey
Apply this to the analogy of your choice.
And people, chill with the criticism of others so much, and get on with creating your world as you would like to see it.
The struggle of an artist to set up an easel, and keep it set up, might be good comic material.
An interesting parallel between art and life – what more do we ultimately need in front of us: Something that holds or supports our work, that which we are creating, and the tools we need at that moment.
Everything else, all that other stuff we are tripping over or working around, is just an incomplete project, someone else’s project, or clutter.
Our feet are our wings . . .
Like the wings of a bird, our feet are what connects us with the element we propel ourselves through.
They are far more than just a static support, like the widened base of a pillar, used to balance our vertical dimension and keep us from tipping over
They have bounce to lift us,
And a touch that tells us if what we move through is hot or rough or soft or water
With our feet we dance.