Everyday items were once artwork. The ingenuity of design and the freedom of creativity were a standard in the early automotive industry. These dusty and forgotten relics hint at the lack of creativity in a modern world. A renaissance of color and creative freedom in our everyday lives is imperative. One should not be forced to search for true art; discovering it hidden in dark and grungy places, pouring from the bleeding hearts of unknown creators, suppressed by a societal need for the processed and diluted interpretation of what we have done for thousands of years; expressing through color, shape and texture, through music and words, through silence and movement, how one chooses to understand the world in which one was created. In turn we are living artwork; so that art becomes an organism bound to the laws of life and death, whose inception begs for eternity but lives in brevity, whose being is susceptible to attack and oppression, but forever enduring in fleeting moments of beauty, beating in our hearts and shining through our eyes.