This is a tiny hippo in a bowl of Froot Loops. Or is it a normal-sized hippo in a giant bowl of Froot Loops? Either way, it’s preposterous.
Most serious people don’t have time for the preposterous. They have much more important things to concern themselves with.
Of course, they are also riddled with Adultitis, make terrible leaders, and never change the world.
Consider the smartphone: a device in which you can look up any fact in the world. Or talk to your friend on the other side of the planet via video. And you can use it to order 100 melon ballers that will arrive at your door by tomorrow. Think of everything that makes it work: Microchips. The internet. WiFi. Facial recognition. Speech recognition. Rechargeable battery.
Now, imagine having to explain all this stuff to your great grandparents. To them, it would be something out of the Jetsons or Star Trek. But now it’s just an ordinary, normal thing.
What about some of the problems you’re trying to solve? They may seem preposterous. But many things that started out as preposterous eventually become rather obvious.
Remember, there once was a time when a stapler was a fancy piece of office equipment.
This colorful artwork by Jason Kotecki comes in a variety of sizes.
11"x14" Art Print. Each stunning, museum-quality print is made on thick, archival, acid-free matte paper.
20"x20" and 30"x30" Gallery Canvas. The fade-resistant canvas print is sure to make a statement in any space. It's a durable, satin-finished canvas hand-stretched on locally sourced wood frames. It features archival inks, black edges, and comes ready to hang.
20"x20" Original Painting. Available here.