Way back in 2011 I wrote a piece on the intersection of art and commercialism that’s been a steady workhorse for me over the years, driving traffic to my blog, never in large numbers at a time, but a little here and a little there, and adding up to quite a bit. With the arrival of the new Star Wars, I thought it might be fun to check in on the topic again, specifically whether or not it’s fair to dismiss Star Wars as less than art.
The short answer is: no.
Sure, it’s made a gazillion bucks, read more >>>
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