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I would choose graft over craft. It's about making stuff.
I'm not really sure I'm down with craft that much. I'm a little bit anti-craft. I think we should switch out skills for ideas.
To improve commitments, to love them more, feel great about them more, you want to love the work and be flexible with the outcome. And the best way to love the work and be flexible with the outcome is to develop connection and develop perspective. And the way towards connection and the way towards perspective was to let my damn imperfect life right into the front door and ask it to walk me up and to the right. Imperfection creates connection and perspective, creates love of work and flexibility of outcome.
Tell a good story. Tell a story that is important to you.
That wound and that thing that makes you hurt—that makes you do things to yourself that are unkind—is the thing that can be transformed into something radically beautiful.
See the unity we have and the camaraderie and the friendships that we've grown... and take it even further.
Make it undeniable. Believe in yourself. Bet on yourself first.
You can't really have 'game' without talking about your team. You definitely need your team.
I never really thought that at one given moment that someone would hear me and want to dream themselves.
It's all based on perception — the way you look at things.
How do you prepare for something that's never been done before...in a place where help is not on its way.
Sometimes a lot of people don't understand how therapeutic music is and how much we put into our music as artists, especially artists that are living their truth.
I had this childhood dream of being heard. All I ever wanted was to just be heard.
I also had the distinct advantage of having nobody who could tell me what couldn't be done.
I feel like dreams are the most important thing that we have. I feel like if you take a child's dream away, you take their life away.
I’ve learned that the moment you want to give up is exactly when you shouldn’t.
I became a bad immigrant by becoming civically engaged, by calling out systemic racism, by refusing to work with organizations that had no people of color, by protesting and marching against institutional oppression, by talking about myself and learning to say no.
Laughing helps us be focused.
If we played more together, we would actually like each other more.
Games have the potential to change the world. It has the potential to help us see things in a different perspective. It has the potential to help us come closer together.
I think I might always be afraid of commitment but I can say for certain that when I find something worth holding onto, I don’t let go.
Art can be truly functional, and it is essential. Art and music and dance can open minds and hearts and give people hope, foster a sense of community, and I love when it does that.
Every so often it’s a good idea to get out your compass and figure out where you are and remember where you were going. But you have to embrace the meander because the detours are what make your journey unique and what bring you to interesting conclusions.
What changed in me at that point was that I was more receptive to the inconsistencies that an art career had to offer. I was actually pretty energized by the unpredictability. I was more flexible … more confident … and less idealistic from having any deadlines. I was willing to acknowledge that I had to be bad at it before I could get good at it.
So I started really working on illustration. I made opportunities for myself where there weren’t some.