Wabi Sabi by Leonard Koren describes the the principles of wabi-sabi, a Japanese aesthetic associated with Japanese tea ceremonies and based on the belief that true beauty comes from imperfection, incompletion and impermanence. This is a short but concise text on not only the aesthetic associations of wabi-sabi as it relates to designers and artists, but the deeper philosophical truths behind wabi-sabi that can guide us in everyday life, helping us give daily acknowledgement to the beauty that surrounds us.
Written by author and artist Leonard Koren
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