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Is any artist a wholly-original designer? Isn't all art inspired, in one way or another, by work by other artists?
Only one-man architectural firms have designs by wholly one person, but even those may not be wholly-original designs.
* In a 1950s interview, FLW was asked why he disliked 20th century "serious" music. He replied that music for the acoustical orchestra had run its course, and it was time to move on to the use of electronic instruments to find new ideas.