In a galaxy far, far away, David started drawing as soon as he could hold a crayon.
As he grew, tightly clutching his box of crayolas, David marveled at the different forms of art he encountered. Unable to choose only one back then, he now often finds himself covered in clay, paint, chalk, epoxy, wood shavings (you get the idea). David lives life by the Crayon Principle:
”Everyone is born creative. Everyone has access to a box of crayons in kindergarten.
Then a little time passes and they take the crayons away and replace them with books on science, algebra, etc. Being suddenly hit years later with the creative bug is just a wee voice telling you, “I’d like my crayons back, please.”
I, however, like to believe I never gave up my crayons in the first place.”