If you know you are going to fail, then fail gloriously.
Mind the gap - it's the distance between life as you dream it and life as it is.
Some ideas, like what you're going to do with your life, take time to form.
Art civilizes us and it connects us and activates us. And so it's really important to connect with compassion, with stories about people who are different from us.
I think you need to have a healthy sense of doubt because I think doubt leads to inquiry.
The less one can think about oneself, the more interesting and attractive one becomes.
You learn an enormous lot through failure.
To become a painter or a sculptor or a graphic designer is quite an isolated way to spend your life.
When you fall in love with someone, you're not really changing at all. You're really just reliving something that already happened at some point.
I believe that a creative career is only as good as the risks that you take with it.