The most important lesson from the first book of the Art Decoupled series is to look for the most effective, elegant, and timeless way to show a story.
As soon as we can, we should show the most beautiful, original, and thought-provoking art possible.
The art decoupled house of horrors, “The House on the Hill,” is a prime example of this.
It is so full of timelessness and timelessness alone makes this story more compelling.
And the art decoders who made it work are also the people who have been in the trenches with this story.
This story is one of those books that will have you thinking “I don’t know what to do with myself.
Where do I go from here?”
It is not just because you are reading it and you can’t quite make sense of it.
This is the kind of story that has you going, “Wow, that’s cool.
I can do that.”
We all have those moments when we realize that we have no clue what to be doing.
But this book has taught me a lot, both about the power of creativity and about how art and the art of story can actually help us navigate our own destinies.