We have only to speak of an object to think that we are being objective          

          But because we chose it in the first place, the object reveals more about us than we do about it.
Gaston Bachelard           >

What we consider to be our fundamental ideas concerning the world are often indications of the immaturity of our minds.
Sometimes we stand in wonder before a chosen object; we build up hypotheses and reveries; in this way we form convictions which have all the appearance of true knowledge. But the initial course is impure: the first impression is not a fundamental truth.

Julian Armand Jimarez Howard

unhyphenated polyhyphenate

Julian is a multidisciplinary creative based in New York specializing in storytelling, creative direction, marketing strategy, and implementation. When he's not curating art exhibitions or developing new independent projects in his studio he’s helping clients enunciate their visions. You can find him traveling the world.


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