So after admiring that bunny rabbit painted rock, which you can see here, I began to think about doing something that would make me happy from a work standpoint in my life, as I didn’t want to be in a situation that made me feel maxed out without any fruits of the labor to show for it. So with that being said, I looked at that rock again and thought to myself, “Hey, I can make some money painting rocks to sell. Especially since I’m a way better painter than drawer”.
Of course, I didn’t view painting rocks as the “be all, end all” of a life-altering work aspiration. But I did view it as one of those first true steps in making Art Infliction become what it has eventually become, and that was two-plus years before the Art Infliction name was even considered. So yeah, like every other business (both big and small), Art Infliction already had building blocks that predated its birth, which of course happened in 2014.
To be continued.