Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for July 15, 1995
Calvin: People always make the mistake of thinking art is created for them. But really, art is a private language for sophisticates to congratulate themselves on their superiority to the rest of the world. As my artist's statement explains, my work is utterly incomprehensible and is therefore full of deep significance. Hobbes: You misspelled "Weltanschauung." Calvin: A good artist's statement says more than his art ever does.