7 black minimalist inspirational poem art ideas to decorate an office

Are you looking for ways to decorate an office which are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also inspiring you to do your best work? Here are 7 ideas of concrete poems to display in your office. As a side note, by choosing ANY of the inspirational poem art ideas from this list, you will not …

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12 types of seashells I used to create coastal wall art & decor you may not have heard of

Are you looking for unique and golden ratio based coastal wall art & decor? Then check out these 12 types of seashells I used to create floral and coastal art shaped as visual poems. Many years ago I decided to get rid of all of my print books and switch to an e-book reader. I …

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2.5-year update on how I turned Japanese learning into an alternative art education

Two years and a half passed since I got back to learning Japanese after a 10-year gap during which I let the desire to speak and write fluently in this language to simmer quietly in my brain. As I wrote in the first post from this series of updates (link here), my sense of aesthetic …

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Diamond Dust (Poems from the Black Sea): a book series of poetic marine Ikebana compositions [PRESS RELEASE]

Written by Anca Ioviţă and originally published on https://zexprwire.com/diamond-dust-poems-from-the-black-sea-a-book-series-of-poetic-marine-ikebana-compositions/ December 3, 2020, ZEXPRWIRE, Published on November 9th this year, Diamond Dust (Poems from the Black Sea) is the latest release authored by Anca Ioviţă. Diamond Dust (Poems from the Black Sea) is a series of 5 volumes and contains a collection of visual poems created in …

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Diamond Dust (Poems From the Black Sea)

Welcome to the world of marine Ikebana poetry, an innovative genre you can enjoy seeing and reading inside the quality pages of the Diamond Dust (Poems From the Black Sea) photo book series! First, what is marine Ikebana poetry? Ikebana is a traditional Japanese art form of flower arrangement. The aesthetics involved in such bouquets …

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1-year update on how I turned Japanese learning into an alternative art education

It’s been more than a year since I first took Japanese learning seriously and I’m amazed that I haven’t given up. I’m not fluent yet but I understand it better and better and I think I’ll publish 1-year updates on my progress in learning this difficult language. I’m now somewhere between an absolute beginner and …

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