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  • Chris Benson

    “Overheard on the Titanic” I like this guy - I just bought his book "Steal Like an Artist." A lot of this reminds me of a blogger I really liked called Orange Blossom Smut Girl, who once said, and I quote, "I need to eat more art."

  • Jeana Jewel

    "i mean, yes we're sinking." but the music is exceptional. ~overheard on the titantic, newspaper blackout poem by austin kleon

  • S F

    "Overheard on the Titanic" by Austin Kleon- Newspaper blackout poetry.

  • Deborah Bush

    Newspaper Blackout Poems by Austin Kleon "Overheard on the Titanic"

  • Elizabeth Preslar

    newspaperblackout: Overheard on the Titanic - a 20x200 print by Austin Kleon austinkleon: One of my all-time favorite blackout poems is now available as an affordable print on 20x200.com. Get yours →

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This heartbreaking print "Overheard on the Titanic" was made by blacking out words in a newspaper article with a Sharpie marker. Beautiful.

Yes. (And I might add in the fine print: Just keep showing up each day.) :: How to be exceptional. By Austin Kleon.

One look at her and I knew I'd spend far too much time trying to write a poem as beautiful as her

newspaper blackout poems - Taught this to 8th grade - didn't work as well as expected. The designs were generally good, but their poems weren't flowing well. This may work better as a high school lesson.

Newspaper Blackout Poetry by Austin Kleon. He goes through old newspapers, and using a black marker, he takes away the words he doesn’t need, creating new poetic verses.

could black out poetry be a analysis tool for the lit review? “In your wardrobe,” a newspaper blackout by Austin Kleon (Austin Kleon)

Take an old book or paper and try to find a poem within the words! Then black out everything else and you have a cool poem!

"We loved with a love that was more than love " -one of my favorite quotes and an awesome husband wife tattoo idea Annabel Lee - one of my faves! Love! This is the poem I was named after.

We should never hide behind our masks. We are all unique because God made us this way..NEVER BE ASHAMERD OF WHO YOU ARE OR WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES YOU WERE BORN INTO...FIND YOUR PLACE IN THE WORLD!

I fear no fate (for you are my fate, my sweet) I want no world (for beautiful you are my world, my true)- ee cumings. !my kids!

what a cool thing to do. Would be great to use old book pages for this. . .