‘Boyd,’ to me, it's like the difference between a pen and a paintbrush. Music draws from almost the identical place as art does, which really is that intangible -- it's like you're pulling from the ether. I don't know where it comes from. Nobody really does. It sort of arrives when it wants to…I've been painting and drawing and taking pictures as long as I've been writing music -- and I've actually been drawing longer than I've been writing music. I didn't go around looking for it. It kind of found me.
Brandon Boyd is the perfect example of creativity that spans into other art forms.
Contemporary art is defined as, “The art of the late 20th and early 21st century…” This, according to Encyclopedia.com, along with this passage, “…[B]oth an outgrowth and a rejection of modern art . As the force and vigor of abst...
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