Collages often consist of things pasted over other things. The end result is a picture comprised of the pieces — or parts — of the whole. Collage People are always on the go. They double and triple book themselves to avoid downtime or quiet time.
Matted prints have a border creating space. Matted-Print People pace their experiences, often revisiting them — similar to rereading a favorite book, or reminiscing with a friend.
With time and proximity, Collage People and Matted-Print People have been known to rub off on one another, though it can be hard for the two to relate.
Collage People tend to move faster, rushing forward, rarely stopping or looking back. They tend to skim the surface. Quantity of experience is of import.
Matted-Print People tend to move slower, meandering — sometimes forward, sometimes backwards, sometimes they take the long way around — and detours are taken in stride. They tend to go deeper, contemplating, reminiscing, mulling. Depth of experience is of import.
Collage People will have photos from any happening they attend. Even hundreds or thousands from a single event. Matted-Print People may or may not have any.
Collage People understand intellectually they can’t have it all, but they’re going to do their best to prove themselves and — everyone else — wrong. Matted-Print People are content picking and choosing their experiences. They quietly step aside as Collage People race by.
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