'The art world hungers for success like a vampire for blood,
and it doesn't matter whose neck gets bitten, it's
nothing personal. With success becoming so common,
the only way to remain unique is to fail...Obviously,
this takes more guts than being a success does, but it
does have its advantages - the IRS won't bother you,
for instance, and you won't have to listen to rich
people talk...To fail is, of course, to be outside,
and to be so is to suggest the possibility of
preserving the vitality of the avant-garde.'
- Walter Robinson, 1986
I made a card for you...you're welcome...