— Haciendo realidad el pensamiento creativo

"Support the motherfucking arts. Let your babies grow up to be cowboys." — Bryan Lee O’Malley.

"My standard advice on interviewing: You have two—maybe just one—question to prove you’re not a waste of space." — Kieron Gillen.

"Que no se nos olvide que los antiguos griegos ya inventaron todas las narrativas, todos los personajes y todas las pesadillas." — Ruy Xonocostle Waye.

"In art there's different kinds of success when we express an emotion and when we communicate it. One has urgency, the other one, structure." — Guillermo del Toro.

"Nobody knows what sells books except word of mouth, which we cannot track, control, measure, or anticipate." — Kameron Hurley.

"Fan fiction is a way of the culture repairing the damage done in a system where contemporary myths are owned by corporations instead of by the folk." — Henry Jenkins.

"True art defies analysis. Symbols are not cyphers. Poetry is not algebra." — Guillermo del Toro.

"Critics exist so a dialogue can exist about the art form. Not the business." — Guillermo del Toro.

"Somewhere in Picasso's essays from the early period of Cubism, he posited this interesting idea: One must first create space in order to create. That is, in order to create, one must destroy what was there before. This idea suggests to me an elemental truth of our world: Life exists by eating other life. Life itself is an ignited consumption, a violence, a heat exchange, conscious or unconscious, which ends in death."

— Warren Ellis.

"Under the guise of “irony,” hipsterism fetishizes the authentic and regurgitates it with a winking inauthenticity. Those 18-to-34-year-olds called hipsters have defanged, skinned and consumed the fringe movements of the postwar era -- Beat, hippie, punk, even grunge. Hungry for more, and sick with the anxiety of influence, they feed as well from the trough of the uncool, turning white trash chic, and gouging the husks of long-expired subcultures -- vaudeville, burlesque, cowboys and pirates."

— Christian Lorentzen.

"To interpret a text is not to give it a meaning, but on the contrary to appreciate the plurality that it constitutes." — Roland Barthes.

"Photography is inherently an analytic discipline. Where a painter starts with a blank canvas and builds a picture, a photographer starts with the messiness of the world and selects a picture." — Stephen Shore.

"I’ve learnt from experience that a painting isn’t finished when you put down your brush – that’s when it starts. The public reaction is what supplies meaning and value. Art comes alive in the arguments you have about it." — Banksy.