I’ve got a confession to make: I was an art school student. I was more interested in design and Web, but a decade ago most universities chucked those into their fine art program, not knowing where else to put them. Imagine my horror when I spent the first couple of years completing simple, IRL works of art studying color, shape, and harmony. Worse, my bad drawings of wonky boxes and lines were repeatedly hung up and verbally ripped apart by my classmates. The cycle of work and feedback continued until one day it started to feel normal. I could stand…

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