Chris Mitchell sent me the following e-mail:
Recently I interviewed Kevin Kelly, the co-founder of WIRED magazine. The whole interview was about the “lost decade” of his life where he spent pretty much his entire 20s travelling through Asia taking photos. No money, no job security, no career, no nothing. Just taking photos and hanging around. 30 years on, he showcased some of those photos, which are stunning, in a book called Asia Grace. The images are now available to view for free at www.asiagrace.com.
The reason I’m bothering you with this is because there was one phrase which Kelly used in the interview that really stuck with me – he referred to travelling as “a jolt to the soul”. And that phrase struck me as EXACTLY the sort of sentiment I might see in one of your cartoons. Isn’t that what we all need (whether we know it or not – or want it or not?) – a jolt to the soul?
The interview is here if you want to see it for yourself.
Hope you find this interesting,
Get yourself an #EvilPlan. Give your soul a jolt.
Or give your soul a jolt, and watch the #EvilPlan suddenly appear in its wake. Yes, that is actually how it often happens…
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