“Anger and depression and sorrow are beautiful things in a story, but they’re like poison to the filmmaker or artist. They’re like a vise grip on creativity. If you’re in that grip you can hardly get out of bed, much less experience the flow of creativity and ideas. You must have clarity to create. You have to be able to catch ideas.”
“Stay true to yourself. Let your voice ring out, and don’t let anybody fiddle with it. Never turn down a good idea, but never take a bad idea. And meditate. It’s very important to experience that Self, that pure consciousness. It’s really helped me. . . . So start diving within, enlivening that bliss consciousness. Grow in happiness and intuition. Experience the joy of doing. And you’ll glow in this peaceful way. Your friends will be very, very happy with you. Everyone will want to sit next to you. And people will give you money!”
– DAVID LYNCH
My wife and I were having a really great time at Eataly in NYC, when I happened upon this smashed LCD screen next to a couple of lobster tanks.
It stopped me dead in my tracks because it looked more interesting to me that way – all busted up.
The thing is, I just think there’s too many TV’s around. This busted LCD though, was genius somehow.
I wanted to take it home, plug it in and just have it on all the time. An electronic abstract painting.