A picture is said to be worth a thousand words, but is the converse true?
Words, in and of themselves, are just words, and individually they can be seen as beautiful, ugly, or neither. The same can be said of a collection of words, be it poetry or prose, but when gathered together in a randomised but harmonious and aesthetic grouping, words can be something altogether different. Removed from all notion of conventional structure, of grammar or syntax, they become something entirely different.

Gettysburg - NicolayHere, I celebrate the simple beauty of words en masse, derived from a variety of sources. Please follow the links to find out more about each work. All works can be found at www.redbubble.com/people/wordigrams, and can be purchased as t-shirts, greeting cards or wall art (matted, laminated, mounted, framed, poster & canvas printed).

All works created with the help of Wordle.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Einstein - Imagination

The good Professor was known for many profound things, including E=mc2, but his "Imagination is more important than knowledge" statement is arguably more relevant to our daily life.

The tee is available in a size, style and colour to suit you, at Redbubble. Also available as cards, prints, posters etc.

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