Written by Katie on February 16, 2009. Permalink
You always run a risk with displaying poetry, but maybe you can get away with it if you’re smart. (Smart, as in, clever and prepared, because you know someone will ask you, ‘Can you tell me more about this person Pablo Neruda?’ and it’d be best to have a short answer like, ‘Oh, he was just one of the greatest and most influential poets of the 20th century, winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971 and known for his love poems, surrealist poems, historical epics, and overtly political manifestos. Duh!’)
Manufactured from self-adhesive film color, cut out with precision, these wall ornaments are equipped with an adhesive especially developed to remain removable for several years and to allow their removal without leaving residues. Thanks to their transparent film of installation, wall ornaments are also easy to position and to install. Installs on just about any wall, glass or mirror.
reads: ‘How is the translation of their languages arranged with the birds? How do I tell the turtle that I am slower than he? How do I ask the flea for his championship stats? Or tell the carnations
that I’m grateful for their fragrance?’
10″ x 31″
$28.00, Buy it here.