I recreated this gag a few times.
Although I’m not too sure why.
It’s not as if the artwork really changed all that much between iterations.
But then again, often it’s that illusion of improvement that leads to “actual” improvement— It’s that moment between breathing in, and breathing out. A fragile moment of aspiration that lingers between decades. That’s when you realize it all did in fact seem to come together, when you least expected it.
And often, the understanding of improvement also requires that subset of knowledge that informs you, “It’s fine. Leave it as is!”

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  1. mic 7 months ago


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