Poems include quotes by Alan Cohen, Confucius, Buddha, Muhammad, etc. They are organized by names and from A to Z in coherence with the poems. The collection of poems includes 25 crafting poems from A to Z with quotes just like this one: Crafting is much like the letter U because crafting with used books is one of the best ways to add some style. It's a fun way to make an author's words become even more worthwhile! Crafting is also like U because crafting with the universe in mind is yet undefined but might be the best thing happening to mankind. Crafting with the universe might make you seem very small. Yet that one little space you take for you is the most important crafting space of all. Some very lucky few crafters are able to get in touch with it so make sure you work at it! Crafting is also quite like the letter U because crafting reminds me of crafting with used Christmas cards. Used Christmas cards are also quite nice because of every Xmas craft ingredient that is quite convenient and because crafting with Used Christmas cards also follows the crafting law of the "Petit Bourgeois." There are other things like the blue artistic law and the natural crafting law, but the important thing to remember they are all employing the unwritten law of hem and haw! If you think that this crafting thing is getting out of line, let me tell you this. Question the law of crafting and with you, an expert will have a grand ol' time! And as always, never, never forget this. Make sure to stay true to your hue of blue and your glue. If you stick to this you will always keep your artistic view! Umberto Ungerer can really speak to this: "The only exercise some people get is jumping to conclusions, running down their friends, side-stepping their responsibilities, and pushing their luck!" -Umberto Ungerer The book encourages everyone to start their own journey of craftiing contemplation and it concludes with some very encouraging thoughts so that everyone can chose to continue his or her path of crafting. The book helps with the discovery phase of crafting and opens the doors for more discovery. The ultimate goal is to encourage people who read the book to get started and to anticipate their own journey and their own crafting ritual. This is the first and most diffucult step. If you are open and willing to take that first step you will find your own Way of crafting. Mary Kay helps with the discovery phase of crafting and with finding one's way of crafting via the direction of inspirational and motivational poems and quotes. Everyone is enabled to live a some unforgettable, fun and exciting crafting moments. The book is designed to awaken your own inner creativity, your own personal individualism, and your own personal expression and to use the book for whatever your own goal is with crafting. This book is all about happiness and the creative process and most of all it is about yourself and about finding your proper path of crafting and that is why this book is so fascinating. This book is about your own crafting journey AKA "Crafting Is Like You." It is the perfect little gift that you can give to anyone who you love and it is even a great gift idea for a child who can read because the earlier you start your discovery phase of your child's inner creativity the better his or her quality of life is going to become in the future. If you love your child, discover the many ways of creativity with him or her because you can not give them a more valuable gift than making them aware of the unlimited possibilities that life with creativity or any sort of inspirational and creative introspection & contemplation can bring. Make sure to get it today because it is very important to focus on to develop your creative life and that of your loved ones because creativity will have a very positive influence on your life! Welcome to a happy crafting life and welcome to "Crafting Is Like You!"
Interweaving nuanced discussions of politics, visuality, and gender, Gender and Activism in a Little Magazine uncovers the complex ways that gender figures into the graphic satire created by artists for the New York City-based socialist journal, the Masses. This exceptional magazine was published between 1911 and 1917, during an unusually radical decade in American history, and featured cartoons drawn by artists of the Ashcan School and others, addressing questions of politics, gender, labor and class. Rather than viewing art from the Masses primarily in terms of its critical social stances or aesthetic choices, however, this study uses these images to open up new ways of understanding the complexity of early 20th-century viewpoints. By focusing on the activist images found in the Masses and studying their unique perspective on American modernity, Rachel Schreiber also returns these often-ignored images to their rightful place in the scholarship on American modernism. This book demonstrates that the centrality of the Masses artists' commitments to gender and class equality is itself a characterization of the importance of these issues for American moderns. Despite their alarmingly regular reliance on gender stereotypesÃ¢"and regardless of any assessment of the efficacy of the artists' activismÃ¢"the graphic satire of the Masses offers invaluable insights into the workings of gender and the role of images in activist practices at the beginning of the last century.
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