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Why risk so much pretending to be normal? Be impossible and real - Blackout Poetry Art (5"x7" Print) painted with tea (gift for book lover)

Why risk so much pretending to be normal? Be impossible and real - Blackout Poetry Art (5"x7" Print) painted with tea (gift for book lover)

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Blackout Poetry, Raspberry Tea, Watercolour paper, poetry, tea, paper
  • Made to order

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“Why risk so much
pretending to be normal?
Be impossible and real.”

by Jane Kerrison of Small Poetics

5” x 7” print

I made this artwork using a technique called blackout poetry, a type of found poetry. I start with a piece of underlying text, and from the limited number of words provided, choose some with which to form a new piece of original poetry.

The background is raspberry tea painted on watercolour paper.

Frame not included. (If you'd like to purchase the frame in the photo, please contact me for a quote on cost and shipping).

* Copyright remains with Jane Kerrison.

Makes a unique gift for book lovers, nerds, artists, graduates and more!
“Why risk so much
pretending to be normal?
Be impossible and real.”

by Jane Kerrison of Small Poetics

5” x 7” print

I made this artwork using a technique called blackout poetry, a type of found poetry. I start with a piece of underlying text, and from the limited number of words provided, choose some with which to form a new piece of original poetry.

The background is raspberry tea painted on watercolour paper.

Frame not included. (If you'd like to purchase the frame in the photo, please contact me for a quote on cost and shipping).

* Copyright remains with Jane Kerrison.

Makes a unique gift for book lovers, nerds, artists, graduates and more!

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