Here the artist is you, you have everything you need to create and all you have to do is relax and enjoy the creative process that will result in a unique piece that will take your essence.
Ideal if you want to make an original, unique and personalized gift with the added value of being the one who has done it.
DESCRIPTION: Piece handmade in plaster, which has been applied a layer of primer and three layers of acrylic paint based on water quality, so that you decorate your taste with the color of your choice.
The piece is delivered accompanied by a permanent marker for the customization and finishing of it so you can create a personalized gift, original and unique ideal to express everything you want to express.
MARKER: Permanent marker EDDING 780 available in the colors: White, Gold and Silver.
APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS OF THE PIECE: 9,5 x 9,5 x 1 cm.
PRESENTATION: Each piece is presented in a box of exquisite and exclusive design that will surely surprise the person you give it.
The symbol of peace had its most representative stage in the 60s with the hippie culture and movement and was used by a whole rebellious generation, to manifest the rejection of wars and nuclear weapons with which the powers rivaled.
It was used for the first time by the British, in the autumn of 1958, during a demonstration by the atomic bombs, held in London, Great Britain for the first major anti-nuclear demonstration in the United Kingdom, although later its meaning would be extended to the most general "peace" with which it is interpreted today.
It was created in 1958 by the British designer Gerald Holtom for the disarmament campaign "British Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament". Holtom relied on the letters (Nuclear Disarmament) according to the ABC traffic light where N would be represented with both arms down (one on one side and the other on the other) and the D with one arm vertical up and another vertical down.
Art and creativity are the perfect vehicle to reconnect with ourselves because they are usually facets that we put aside due to the daily obligations and worries that take us away from the present moment in which everything is.
The Zentangle is a method of drawing that uses repetitive geometric and curvilinear shapes. Its main objective is to improve concentration, develop creativity and encourage calm and meditation through the tracing of structured patterns that make up beautiful images, as well as providing a great sense of well-being through artistic satisfaction.
His technique is easy to execute, as well as relaxing and fun even if one thinks he is not skilled with pencil and paints.
The Zentangle helps us internally establish a nonverbal language of patterns and proportions that opens the door to new perceptions that are usually blocked. So, like the technique of drawing or coloring mandalas, this method is a form of modern meditation.