Grant Snider's ten-part series takes not more than 15 minutes to consume but could pivot your perceptions nonetheless.
Snider, an award-winning cartoonist who has supplied illustrations for the New York Times, completed his explorative "Who Needs Art?" series this week, so there's no better time to read it all.
Self portraiture, Futurism, Dadaism, Georgia O'Keeffe and American art in general, sculpture, art museums, De Stijl, and Surrealism are among the topics tackled.
"Art is there to be experienced. It can inspire wonder, provoke strong emotions, and alter perception. It is meant to be loved, despised, or puzzled over, but never politely ignored," Snider writes.
"Go to a museum, a gallery, a sculpture garden, a public space. Look at art. Experience art. Make art."