Imperfect can be better

postmark-headsObviously the post office’s ink jet printer was in need of repair or more ink. But I think the result is way more interesting than if it had printed perfectly.

Takeaway: Remember that perfection is not always best. And think of ways you can vary things up to make them more interesting — without getting too crazy on us!

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One Reply to “Imperfect can be better”

  1. At the Chicago Institute of Art, I once saw a display of Rembrandt etchings. Rembrandt preferred the images he got when his plates had been used for a while and were weathered. The weathering added texture to the prints.

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