Last night I had a dream in which I went to get a can of JOHN WEST TUNA from my cupboard, and while I thought the tuna I had bought was sweet seeded mustard flavoured, it turned out that I’d accidentally grabbed a can of SWUG flavoured tuna instead. Swug, some unseen person in my kitchen informed me, was a celebrity fitness instructor in a similar vein to Richard Simmons. I was distressed because I really wanted sweet seeded mustard, but the unseen person in my kitchen assured me that Swug was still a good choice of tuna, and described the taste to me as being “like Powerade and hair gel”. It still sounded terrible but I decided to give them the benefit of the doubt.

Last night I had a dream in which I went to get a can of JOHN WEST TUNA from my cupboard, and while I thought the tuna I had bought was sweet seeded mustard flavoured, it turned out that I’d accidentally grabbed a can of SWUG flavoured tuna instead. Swug, some unseen person in my kitchen informed me, was a celebrity fitness instructor in a similar vein to Richard Simmons. I was distressed because I really wanted sweet seeded mustard, but the unseen person in my kitchen assured me that Swug was still a good choice of tuna, and described the taste to me as being “like Powerade and hair gel”. It still sounded terrible but I decided to give them the benefit of the doubt.

planet-and-moon asked:

As an professional artist, does it matter whether you use your real name or just a pseudonym? Are there any advantages or disadvantages to both? Or does it just not matter? Am I just worrying needlessly on unimportant things?

It just depends what you feel is appropriate for your practice, really. If you’re a graffiti artist, or have a really shitty name, then a pseudonym is probably the way to go. Just remember that once your career transcends the internet, people will call you by your pseudonym in REAL LIFE. Play that scenario out in your head, and if it makes you cringe, pick a different pseudonym, or go with your name.