Category Archives: creativity

“Erasing the Past” by Richard F. Yates

So the renovations on The P.E.W. have begun. I’ve deleted somewhere around 40 posts (+/- a few—standard deviation) to try and make room for new posts (like this one.) I’ve kept several things that I can’t bear to part with, … Continue reading

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“The PUNK School of Art” by Richard F. Yates

I’m definitely from the Punk School of Art, in the sense that I think everyone should make stuff regardless of talent or technical expertise or access to fancy art production tools. If you like art and enjoy making stuff, the … Continue reading

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“Lament” by Richard F. Yates

As an artist, I hate to have to think about money. It shouldn’t have anything to do with creating, with making stuff, but I live in a society in which art and writing and imagination are considered pointless, unless you … Continue reading

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“Alarm Clock = Slave (Hyperbole)” by Richard F. Yates (and Josh Erdahl)

I realize, of course, that I can only suggest that the above statement is true because I come from a position of privilege: I HAVE a job, I HAVE a home, I HAVE electricity. The point of my drawing is … Continue reading

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