Everybody's Work Is Equally Important
"I was walking down one of the main streets in Boston around 2005 and I saw this shop window. There was that hand-painted sign that said, 'Everybody's work is equally important.' I thought it was such an incredible thing for someone to say and such an incredible thing to show in a shop window. I mean, you're supposed to show the latest styles and 'buy this and buy that' and shit, but this wasn't that. And I thought it was important enough to make the image."