I found the part Scharfstein wrote about the ideal of the anonymous craftsman very interesting. As I read on, one artist really struck my interest. Shoji Hamanda refused to sign any of his works of pottery simply due to the fact that he thought names shouldn’t change the person’s perception of the piece. Personally, I agree very much so with this action. If you like the art, what does a name have anything to do with it? If the person buying the piece likes it enough, they should like it primarily because they really like the piece, not because of the name signed at the bottom. Besides, sometimes signatures and pieces of artwork can be forged. For example: when Professor Langguth talked about pieces of Rembrandt's that were forged and signed with his name. I feel as though a name doesn’t really need to be on a piece of artwork because if you want to like it, like it. If it is forged, it’s forged, but you still like the piece nonetheless. Do you agree or disagee?