It's been bothering Lisa for weeks that the Dalton Alumni Artists Small Works Exhibition 2005 brochure is arranged in 4 folds, so that the number 2004 has a digit on each fold, and underneath each digit reads:
0 Alumni Artists
0 Small Works
Which subliminally looks like there are zero Alumni Artists and zero Small Works.
So Lisa changed it to read "No small Alumni Artists, Only Small Works."
Just for ourselves.
That's the kind of devotion to the cause of good design that makes someone a good designer. When it not only bugs you when things are badly designed, you have an urge to change them.
Personally I can't go to a bad movie without figuring out how to fix it, post facto. And I think that's a good thing.
For one thing, if you decide you're allowed to "fix" things, you think about them more analytically. And it's good practice for when you are actually called on to fix things. Including your own work.