Musical artists, actors and other entertainers are, almost by definition, singularly creative people who might reasonably be expected to regard "success" in more than one-dimensional terms defined by money alone.
Professional skateboarder Tony Hawk is quite excited to be intimately linked with quality skater video games over which he commands material input and a final thumbs-up-or-down decision on go-ahead marketing.
Were you aware that Oprah Winfrey -- or Brad Pitt, Jennifer Lawrence, Johnny Depp, Tom Cruise and other so-called "A-listers" -- are inexorably linked with a diminishing return?
Being an artist requires a great deal of work. For one photo shoot for example, a photographer in California may spend hours traveling and setting up the shoot for a single picture. One photographer, Eric McNatt, claims that such was a case in a photograph he took that was subsequently published in Paper magazine. Despite his efforts, he has recently accused artist Richard Prince of copyright infringement after Prince allegedly reproduced the image without permission.