Daddy's Boy- You are not your fathers child. I even think he said so. That man understood and captured culture. Our culture for what it was, and as he saw it. Understood. You on the other hand, imitate this work, and don't have your own style. And I think Mr. Teller would agree. No sir, you are not your fathers child. He was an original, that you are trying to be, and you will and have never amounted. It's cute at best, and cheap at worst. Tasteless and repetitive themes. Use your brain and take some time to come up with something; your own. So they've accepted you, and given you work. People like last names. You work for Vogue? I'd think it wise -while there- to keep your hands to yourself.