There’s nothing new in artists taking on extra and even unrelated work in lean times in order to make ends meet. But the best example might be one of the least well known. Until now. From Atlas Obscura:
It is Las Vegas, of all places, which shines a light on one of history’s greatest genius’ lesser known talents. At an elaborate exhibition at the Venetian (Las Vegas, that is) the show announces, “Leonardo was a well-rounded Renaissance man with interests and hobbies that spanned beyond the scope of his inventions and life’s work as a painter, a scientist, engineer, mathematician and wedding planner.”
The full story is here.