There’s a clear reason for not reading too much text here, and that is because AGI prefers to keep his mouth shut and do stuff. However, when he’s got something to say, he sits down and draws a little monster. The little monsters become alive and speak out instead of AGI. And when he’s got something to do, if it’s not a monster, then it’s a creative brief, because AGI uses his other time to build stuff as a Senior Art Director at Publicis, an advertising agency that understands the need humans have for little monsters.

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