See through other people’s eyes and don’t presume.
Collaborating on any project allows you share costs
Poppy and Scotty
Because if we give up the right to make, what do we do?
The jobs of dreams is to scare the hell out of you!
My vision is; what have I seen that others haven’t?
When you’re trying your hardest and taking all your risks, you're on your toes ‘cause at any point you can fail, and so everyday is the battle!
I think that everything in life is all about experience. You have to go out there and live it.
The mission of our farm is: we're growing organically with love and passion. The vision of our farm is that we want to be a model for organic farms all over the world.
The driving force behind all of this is a desire to really do good, and to make a positive change in our community, and to feed our community.
Celebrate other people's successes. It's good for your heart, it's good for your soul and it promotes general goodness.
It's important to think about who, and the kinds of people—whether it's their art or their personality—what would complement each other so it's a harmonious environment.
Avoid competition and conflict between businesses. Nurture each other and take care of each other. Respect what others do and what their strengths are.
Sometimes the answers are right there in front of you, but you have to be willing to be present.
Don't talk about it, be about it.
You gotta want to be different, you gotta want to be better, you gotta want to make your dreams real.
I know it doesn’t look nice when there is a fire extinguisher on the wall where you want to put a piece of art but actually these are the boundaries.
It’s so special to be part of something where you just get the best out of people.
We’re run by our audience and that’s probably why it’s successful.
Make it happen together!
It was about connections between people that didn’t know each other, it was about why things mean something and matter to us and it was about a very simple but still important message that even reading can be resisting.
Revolution I think doesn’t happen through generalised sentiment it usually happens because people are riled up about something very specific that’s happening in their communities.
Arts organisations often do exploit communities, sometimes in quite a knowing way.
Absolutely crucial for us as a company and for a national company is a strong sense of the local.
The human part of me is really letting me down, it kind of feels like drawing has become a contact sport, and my body is in bits… nothing has taken a toll on my body like this project.
My family have got really manly jobs they’re welders, steel fabricators, plumbers, electricians, miners and I’m educated in the arts and I’m a vegetarian!
I thought ‘right okay, man up, make a decision’, so I went into school and asked for an unpaid sabbatical, re-mortgaged the house, took the year off and it was the best decision I’d ever made.