Culture Design Group
Feb 8, 2009
[Cartoon inspired by this old blog post….]
thom singer says
I love this cartoon. It speaks volumes in just four words.
Sometimes your stuff sings to the soul.
Alex Grech says
This is one to remember. To nail to a door. To tattoo on a chest.
Jake Edwards says
THIS SHOULDN`T BE A SURPRISE TO ANYONE;
This is the single most important factor for our planet.
BUT if it is, bold and risky measures might be necessary to bring fruition, efflorescence and freedom. If we consider “objects” as broadly as possible then we might save ourselves.
Religion is an object – faith is of people, for example.
Furthermore if you apply this basic universal tenet to everything you do then it all becomes instantaneously more rewarding and successful, because the people you need will appear.
I wrote about this myself just recently:
Roy Mullins says
Martin Heidegger would definitely agree.
Feb 9, 2009
yeah thats quite abstract..
I just love your drawing style. Respect.
Sebastian Franck says
Feb 10, 2009
People matter. That’s why objects matter.
Emma Kirsoopp says
Feb 13, 2009
Wow! So beautiful and succinct. This has struck a chord, especially with what has been occurring this past week in my home state of Victoria, Australia. People matter, objects don’t. You can replace/rebuild an object. You cannot replace a person.