Artist, designer, blogger, and AIGA/NY Fresh Dialogue speaker Andrew Kuo was on Charlie Rose earlier this year, and while that show isn’t available online, Mr. Rose’s website offers up the below pre-show interview with Kuo, filmed at his recent exhibition at 33 Bond Gallery in New York City. In the video, Kuo talks about art, living in his studio, blogging, and getting over the fear of feedback. Among our favorite “Kuotes”: “In high school school, one of my art school teachers thought I was colorblind, but I was just lazy. I just didn’t want to mix colors, because I felt like as soon as I started mixing colors I would lose control.” Makes us think about Mondrian‘s psyche in a whole new way.
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