Culture. Eat it
8 March 2017
Words in human form: Silhouettes by Hannah Reynolds
The art of hand-lettering meets photography in Silhouettes project by Hannah Reynolds.
Too many derogatory and hate words are with us every day. Just open Facebook, nothing easier. Some people think it’s normal because, by now, read certain things has become an habit. But this is not an healthy habit, it’is like a relationship that has gone on for too long. That kind of relationship that turns you from accomplices to strangers making, when you break up, your life suddenly more beautiful and enjoyable.
Here, perhaps life might look more beautiful and enjoyable even if we abandon some type of toxic language that poison everyone, both those who pronounce it and both those who receive it.
Closing parenthesis “little outburst”, personal thoughts, since I am a person who hates generalizations (like we were better when it was worse), I decided to dig into the net to find positive and encouragement words. I found them and it was not that hard.
The words I’m going to talk about today are written by hand, with the noble art of hand-lettering.
I love calligraphy. I love those who know how to write well, because it is an art as drawing or painting. For this, I went immediately into raptures when I saw the Silhouettes project “Words in Human Form” by Hannah Reynolds.
Positive and encouragement words outlining faces (and more) to remind us that in part, we are our words. That words can help and motivate us. That we can fill the web with our noblest and powerful thoughts. That language can be art and beauty, music and vision.
If you want to learn more about the Silhouettes project “Words in Human Form” I invite you to go to Pommel Co., the Hannah Reynolds blogs. You will find so much beauty and many sources of inspiration!
Immagini via Pommel Co.
Copywriter, content creator and mum with a huge passion for photography. Writing is a therapy that allows her to express her own personality and brings out her true voice. Better than a psychiatrist. Forever trying to find her way, at the time, she prefers to get lost.