When it comes to finding success, practice does really make perfect.
That’s the message behind this 1913 allegorical map entitled “The Road to Success,” a drawing that turns the figurative journey towards artistic triumph into a cartographic depiction of an actual climb towards victory.
The map appeared first in an October 1913 edition of The Etude, a magazine covering musical topics that was also known as Presser’s Musical Magazine, named for its editor Theodore Presser.
I love it. Applicable to much in life, not just music. Click through for a bigger version. And beware bohemiansim!
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