One day a blind man discovered a screw painting by Andrew Myers with his hands. The blind man found as much enjoyment out of the tactile elements of the work as any sighted person ever has by just looking at them. Andrew considers this moment as one of the most inspiring of his career. Which led us to a question: Why is touching artwork so taboo?
Saber Spark explains why cartoons aren’t just for kids: Just because we’ve grown up, it doesn’t mean we have to let go of things that we loved as kids. They were important to us then, and they can be just as important to us now. Quality does not have age restriction after all.