“I’ve handled colour as a man should behave. You may conclude that I consider ethics and aesthetics as one.” – Josef Albers
Clicking through on the above piece will take you to a magical world where everything suddenly makes sense and nothing is inconsequential. (Jimmy already blogged this here, but I’d like to use it for context here.)
Thomas Kinkade, “Painter of Light,” that charlatan who swindled your mother and grandmother into purchasing knockoff paintings of gawd’s face in black velvet that doesn’t even look like black velvet because it isn’t, was arrested for drunk driving in Carmel, California. According to wikipedia, some describe his work as “chocolate box art.” Sort of want to eat a painting someday. Or right now. It’s up to me. That
Albers’s joint Interaction of Color is dope.