ESpecially considering its not really a true blog in most cases, its advertising.
All these artists with huge galleries of nice art that isn’t behind a paywall are just using it like an artist would bring a portfolio of work to an interview, with the general public as interested employers looking for a commission.
They throw their little opinions and thoughts in because you need to give people something to latch onto. Kind of like how an employer these days checks your Facebook, and if its nonexistant or sanitized they get suspicious same as they would if your profile picture has you smoking a bong. You need to create an online, nonextreme persona to get business.
Nutcases like him mistake a billboard with a mission statement, a socially obligated smile with flirting, and a post about Cuphead accompanying a nude of the mermaid boss with attention whoring.
They should teach human interaction and social cues in public school, because it seems mankind is losing the ability to understand itself.