Good art keeps you warm.
— Andy Goldsworthy, Rivers and Tides
When asked about its meaning, Bayer modestly explained that the mound could be sat in.
— Gwen F. Chanzit, Herbert Bayer : collection and archive at the Denver Art Museum
If you’re not being misunderstood, you’re not adding anything to the conversation.
— Alex Ebert
The Miesian skyscraper is the basis of a superb vernacular.
— Ada Louise Huxtable, The Tall Building Artistically Reconsidered: The Search for a Skyscraper Style
I guess I just wanted you to know that I ain’t stubborn, is all.
— Dan Evans, 3:10 to Yuma
— Tyga, “Rack City”
But he exaggerates a great truth.
— Alan Ryan
Killin’ it.
— Eleanor Davies
It was actually created for his own tomb.
— Lia Markey
Must be a lie.
— Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, “40 Day Dream”
Should we fire him before he cashes that check?
— Roger Sterling, “To Have and to Hold,” Mad Men
If you figure out a way not to be nervous, and focus on it. You’d win.
— Josh Young
More is better usually.
— Doug Clark
Rubber on rubber.
Baby on the inside.
I don’t build in order to have clients. I have clients in order to build.
— Howard Roark, The Fountainhead
Much of the history of Africa has disappeared into the belly of the termite.
— Mysterious Castles of Clay
The right hemisphere behaves in the same way: it does not try to interpret its experience and find deeper meaning. It continues to live only in the thin moment of the present.
— Michael S. Gazzaniga, The Split Brain Revisited
I conceive a work of art to be really this: a made thing, more or less attractive, regarding which the casual observer may see a part, but no observer all, that is in it.
— Louis Sullivan, “Ornament in Architecture”
Oh. No, you’re right.
— Daniel, Love Actually
Extreme specificity of small details to create an illusion of mythical proportions.
— Lois Zamora