The name of the publication devoted to Albin Brunovsky and his students is taken from the author's exlibris of the same name GRAPHIC ARTIST, INSPIRATION, MUSE AND LIFE from 1974.
The graphic work of art, which can be seen on the cover of the book, is the book's motto as well, due to its suitability as an allegory of the fate of graphic craft. An artist pushing a wheelbarrow in front of himself is aesthetically clothed in a barrel, which might be a reference to a Greek philosopher Diogenes. However, great amount of graphic tools which are hung on his extraordinary clothes, are more typical of a renaissance alchemist than an ancient philosopher. The wheelbarrow is full of inspirations consisting of a forest crowded by beings, beyond which there are naked riders on horse. The actions of an artist are being observed from a nearby tree by a winged woman, the muse. And the muse always comes to those who are ready