The Stars Are In You

There is something special about ambitious, creative people who can’t stop working on their ideas. I am drawn to them, inspired by them, and grateful for them. It so happens that one of the most creative people I know is my younger brother Art Okoro.

I made this drawing and video for him, inspired by his newly released song. Wanting to find a way to share his song, naturally, I drew something.

As I watched the public reception of my brother’s song, it affirmed my thought of how sharing quality work is more valuable than sharing a quantity of work. Yet, in order to get to quality, we have to actually produce a large volume of work. Often times, alone, behind the scenes, under the moon.