Separate the Art From the Artist

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Reading “Art Matters” by Neil Gaiman (illustrated by Chris Ridell) recently made me realize something. Something about why I loved it as much as I did even though it was nothing I hadn’t already read before.

Some much-required background here.

I’ve seen Neil Gaiman’s famously titled “make good art” commencement address enough times to be able to regularly quote it in conversation…

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Stories. Sometimes of words, sometimes of people.

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Aashi Dhaniya

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Stories. Sometimes of words, sometimes of people.

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