It’s been nice to riff on One Thousand Paintings this week, because it’s provided an opportunity to make several (in my mind) important points about the realities of effective modern-day marketing. However, because I personally am a fan of Sala’s concept, I’m worried that the larger point may have been missed.
I greatly appreciate everyone who stepped up in the comments and said:
In all likelihood, an overwhelming percentage of my readers probably remain puzzled at the appeal of this project. And I’m glad that people stepped up and said so. I think more would have done the same, except perhaps that they were afraid of being publicly contradicted.
The only people I took issue with were those that intimated that the project was a fraud or sham, which it clearly is not.
So, remember this:
The more people who think you’re crazy, the more likely you’re on the right track.
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