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I have a knack for this sort of thing which dates back well into my personal history. One example was during my senior year of high school, when I had to write a paper about an artist who inspired me. The assignment came from my humanities teacher as we were studying artists like Michelangelo and dudes like that. As I recall, we each had to choose a different artist (no repeats) probably because my teacher got bored of reading the same stuff all the time.
So I thought about it and for whatever reason, I chose not to go the “traditional route” and pick one of the most common artists as most of the rest of the class did. They mostly chose artists like Picaso, Matisse, Warhol and the like. I turned in a paper about Todd McFarlane, who, at the …