Didn't do any work yesterday for the first time in ages.
Not that there isn't infinite work to be done.
Instead took a day trip up to the Cloisters.
The Cloisters, best known perhaps for its Unicorn Tapestries, would also make a great stronghold in the case of mass zombification.
The tapestries, medieval art in general, relate to animation and -moreso- comics in that they happen over a span of time. The triptych is the most obvious example.
21st Century fine art has lost this relationship to time. It's meant for quick intake, immediate consumption. In turn, technology and sociology have conspired to remove the "Kairos" used to understand work like the Unicorn Tapestries from the public life.