What’s my point? There are two: first, to explain the “scene” I caused at the coffee shop downstairs from the office; and second, to show that different situations call for different tools. And nowhere is this rule more important than in art.
You can’t just look at something and think, “Oh, I should really art that!” No, you need to choose the correct art for the circumstances. That’s why we here at the Sean Adams University of Business Management Development Leadership have assembled the following brief guide to making the right art. Below we’ll present three real world scenarios and then tell you which visual art you should use to deal with it:
1. You run into a bunch of your friends at the grocery store and invite them over. “Sounds good!” they say, and they ride home with you. When you get there, you ask, “what do you guys want to do?” and they say, “Hey, howsa about we arrange ourselves artistically on this table over here!” Also, when I said “friends” I meant “fruit,” and the parts where they talked didn’t actually happen.
The art you should use is: painting
The art you should use is: video
3. You’re walking down a long windowless hallway with many unmarked doors. Suddenly, one of them bursts open releasing a flood of broccoli cheddar soup! And it’s just then that you realize you’re really hungry and holding a spoon. If only there were some way to catch some of this incoming wave of soup…
The art you should use is: pottery