This is a collaboration that I did with David Johnson. The portion that I did on the piece was uncommon. The purpose for this piece was to combine both of our skills. Adding a texture to the piece added more depth and made it more visually appealing. Also while inspiring with an original quote.
Remember this and keep it in your thoughts. Do your best to not be afraid of making a choice. Because its so easy to fall into the habit of hoping for a better day and etc. More so hoping for your problems to go away. Which we both know that is not going to happen. Face your problems or whatever your going through head on and you’ll be glad you did in the end.
This quote is one I heard recently from Toben Wigwe. The quote immediately hit me right in the heart. Because I was just thinking to myself how very honest this is. Many of us try to get somewhere with wanting to invest in learning, hustling, grinding to get there.
Because you will not get anything without working for it. Well if you do get it without working for it sooner or later it will go away. The reason is because you have not developed the skills to maintain that which you have. A great example is the whole stipulation of redistributing wealth.
Redistributing wealth will not work and that is because a vast amount of people lack the financial knowledge to maintain that certain kind of wealth. I’m more so reflecting upon the whole process of learning about more than just the surface. Don’t think automatically you’ll be one of the best or it will happen over night. Because when it does happen people will think it was an overnight success when you and me both know we have been working day after day to get where we are.
If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional to do
the job, wait until you hire an amateur.
— Red Adair
The designer is not always right. The researcher is not always wrong. Profit is not always the motive; market research, whatever its outcome, should never be used as a good excuse for bad design – in the same sense that good design should never be used to promote a bad product.
— Paul Rand
Smart people learn from their mistakes. But the real sharp ones learn from the mistakes of others.
— Brandon Mull
Once Work is out there it doesn’t really
matter what the excuses were. – Massimo Vignelli