Culture Design Group
Apr 21, 2010
Love it. Awesome representation in the dog.
Does this quote mean “Mediocrity prefers slaves to boss around” or “Mediocrity prefers to be a slave”. Sorry for the question, I just want to know its exact meaning. Thanks 🙂
Chris, to answer your question…
Much clearer now.
I never thought of it that way, but now that you’ve said it, ain’t that the truth!
Short and powerful, like a left jab. Another great backhanded call-to-greatness
Yes, I agree with Chris, I’m curious as well…
Works either way, Chris (apologies, Hugh)
Please excuse how rude my question is going to look. Not meant to be.
Subscribed recently and really like your blog but I always think the images are incomprehensible scrawls and then like the dog above, there a few identifiable objects. Do other people get the images? or is it the sort of thing that only a creative professional understands the skill involved?
Hee. I’ll jump in with an interpretation (read: guess).
You know how sometimes you’ll have a little nervous energy to play with, so you jiggle your leg or tap your pencil against the desk incessantly? I think Hugh’s abstract art is the visual equivalent of that. His fidgeting just happens to be a lot more creative and interesting than most of ours.
I interpret it that way because I used to draw as a kid, and some of my less concrete stuff felt like that when I drew it. If I am wrongly projecting myself onto Hugh, he can let me know. But he probably won’t. 😀