MOMA commented that "Although he worked spontaneously and admitted chance effects into his work, Pollock asserted that he maintained control while making his drip paintings. A closer look at this work reveals some of the decisions made in the act of painting: the selection of colors; the use of contrasting matte and glossy paints; if the lines would be thick or thin, fast or slow; whether to wait for the paint to dry or to work wet-on-wet, so that different paints bleed and pool; and a host of others."
As a business owner myself, I'm constantly thinking about design: How can I make the process of buying and selling businesses simpler and more productive? What innovations could deliver more value? How can the business sale process be truncated? How can I help buyers see a business from another perspective?
I think Andy Warhol was spot on when he said "Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art. Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art."