Zen Brush Tao Words: From Imperfect Design to Ultimate Realization from Struggle to Perfection
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For artists, writers, designers, and architects, Zen Brush Tao Words demonstrates the struggle and resolution of bringing together inter-media and new electronic multimedia in an age where the traditional must blend with the modern. - Leonardo Da Vince struggled with "knowledge through vision" at an early age. He perfected his method through his experiments, his art, and his notebooks. - Miyamoto Musashi was Japan's greatest swordsman. Through great struggle, he perfected a form of strategy and won every match. Later, he wrote The Book of Five Rings, which became the bible of Japanese business strategy. - As a boy, Thomas Alva Edison struggled with the "Amateur Scientist" experiments in Scientific American magazine. Later, his inventions flowed from him like electricity flows along a wire. - Walt Disney struggled with the complex movie Fantasia, with its many facets, and later invented the interdisciplinary Disneyland concept, where bits and pieces formed a whole new world. After struggling with the complexities of two master's degrees, Gene Porter discovered the simplicity of Zen in the Sumi-e brush and ink style. He then condensed the Taoist poems of the Tao Te Ching, It was after this struggle that his ideas began to flow-simply and naturally.
March 31, 2011
8.25 X 0.36 X 11.0 inches | 0.86 pounds
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