Books Worth Reading
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Wabi Sabi by Mark Reibstein: A small cat named Wabi Sabi sets out on a journey to discover the meaning of her name. Through text, haiku, and collages, we discover the philosophy of seeing beauty in simplicity, the ordinary and the imperfect. #Book #Kids #Wabi_Sabi #Mark_ Reibstein
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Wabi Sabi (2008) by Mark Reibstein. Gorgeous collage illustration by Ed Young. A must-read for those who love poetry, Japanese culture and cats!
Wabi Sabi by Mark Reibstein: A small cat named Wabi Sabi sets out on a journey to discover the meaning of her name. Through text, haiku, and collages, we discover the philosophy of seeing beauty in simplicity, the ordinary and the imperfect. This is one of my favorite childrens book that i hope to share w my kids one day
Great art lesson, other books titled wabi sabi also available to put with lesson.Wabi Sabi by Mark Reibstein: A small cat named Wabi Sabi sets out on a journey to discover the meaning of her name. discover the philosophy of seeing beauty in simplicity, the ordinary and the imperfect.
Wabisabi is a little cat in Kyoto, Japan, who sets on a journey to uncover the meaning of her name and on the way discovers what wabisabi is. A story about finding beauty in unexpected places.
By Mark Reibstein/ Illustrated by Ed Young -- Wabi Sabi, a cat in Japan, is on a journey to uncover the meaning of her name, and on the way discovers what wabi sabi is: a Japanese philosophy of seeing beauty in simplicity, the ordinary, and the imperfect.
Wabi Sabi (picture book): Wabi Sabi, a little cat in Kyoto, Japan, had never thought much about her name until friends visiting from another land asked her owner what it meant. At last, the master Says, "That's hard to explain." And That is all she says. This unsatisfying answer sets Wabi Sabi on a journey to uncover the meaning of her name, and on the way discovers what wabi sabi is: a Japanese philosophy of seeing beauty in simplicity, the ordinary, and the imperfect.
Eva Hesse (American, born Germany. 1936-1970)
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Eva Hesse (American, born Germany. 1936-1970) -Seriously stop it Eva.
Eva Hesse drawing
Eva Hesse (1936 1970)
HBO / HOW TO MAKE IT IN AMERICA
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Diego L. Rodríguez Illustrator and Graphic Designer
I love the illustration, instead of just using some boring picture for this, they use a really cool illustration. They have the major parts of New York City in the illustration, and they have it rounded and everything coming out of one single point. The font coming from the center though is a little hard to read so I might move that a little, but otherwise, the illustration of the guy is amazing, and I like how many things are going on in this piece. Its just detailed enough to know what it is.
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Featured Artist: Diego L. Rodriguez « Indieground Graphic Design Blog & Flyer Templates
Great Poster #Design
HBO - Kid Cudi How to Make it in America
Personal Logomark by Olly Sorsby
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logo stamp! Olly Sorsby | Personal Branding
logo of American Broadcasting Corporation by Paul Rand (1962)
Broadcast Company, Grey Anatomy, Abc New, Logos Design, Graphics Design, Paul Rand, Doce Paul, American Broadcast, Abc Logos
PAUL RAND (1914 – 1996) was an American graphic designer, best known for his corporate logo designs. Rand was educated at the Pratt Institute, the Parsons School of Design, and the Art Students League. He was one of the originators of the Swiss Style of graphic design. He was inducted into the New York Art Directors Club Hall of Fame in 1972. He designed many posters and corporate identities, including the logos for IBM, UPS and ABC. Rand died of cancer in 1996.
Paul Rand ABC Logo American Broadcasting Company, 1962.
One of my favorite logos, the American Broadcasting Company logo designed by Paul Rand in 1962. The completely rounded letterforms echo one another and the circle surrounding them, creating a simplistic, but very effective design.
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chalkboard paint on wood blocks
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Neat idea for Halloween display . . . apothecary - Media - Cloth Paper Scissors
shadow box with old bottles
apothecary display for vintage bottles
shadow box out of an old drawer
Love my Murph :)