Tag Archives: Injustice

12 Bad Reponses to Artistic Rejection

Rejection sucks.  It hurts.  It really hurts a lot.  When you take the risk of presenting something you made, which you took pride in and which is an expression of your best efforts and the best thing you were capable … Continue reading

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Entertained to Death

Move closer.  We can talk about this without too much concern.  The statistics show that virtually nobody else is reading this post, so we can speak freely and openly.  This is just between you and me. There’s something about society, … Continue reading

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It’s an Outrage

The thing that outrages me is that there is so much that is so utterly outrageous, in this world, yet nobody seems to be outraged.  OK, perhaps outrage is not a useful response to the outrageous, in that it might … Continue reading

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Dark Arts

A very well known and apparently much loved artist, Ronald Searle, the cartoonist responsible for the illustrations in the St Trinian’s books, died this week, aged ninety one.  People die all the time, even remarkable artists, so what’s so noteworthy … Continue reading

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