If you’ve got something that benefits from use, from practice and community, use it and share it.*
The best reason to pain is that there is no reason to paint.**
Keith Haring encourages us not to be precious
about our art –
whatever this be –
I think this is partly why he was so prolific in his too short a life.
Not only producing for the big sponsors,
But also for small ventures,
Often gifting his artistry,
Especially to children.
*Seth Godin’s blog: The practice effect;
**Keith Haring Journals.