After a first quick read through, I realized this is a book I will go back and read again and again.
With this gem of a book, Leonard Koren has distilled the aesthetic of Wabi Sabi as expressing the spiritual approach of Japan and the values it reflects.
So this is a great book, but I think there's another great book on this subject that needs to be made.
Great intro for more understanding the philosophy's internal thinking.Published 1 day ago by Ronald S Bayuzick
A classic. Loved this book and loved his video on Vimeo that was him at Parson's School of Design. Also the video which includes him talking with the James Plumb duo and the James... Read morePublished 21 days ago by David Monk
Wonderful explanation for the almost unexplainable world of wabi sabiPublished 23 days ago by stevem
I didn't find it too informative, I am living in Japan right now so I am looking for the spirit of wabi-sabi by myself.Published 1 month ago by G. Popescu
As clear an explanation of of Wabi-Sabi and its history as can be expected of a mercurial, transitory term.Published 2 months ago by Justin Korver
Lovely little treasure. Informative, inspiring and beautiful. Would make a great gift for that artist or creative person you want to make smile.Published 2 months ago by 1Pilgrim
This book is not only about aesthetic, but about life. This is not only for artists, designers, poets & philosopers -as its name suggests- but for everyone interested in slow life,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bilgi
As the title says, this is a book for artists poets philosophers and designers. The very beginning made me double over in laughter, but what follows is as profound as it is silly. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hanbledzoiner
Interesting concept. Thought provoking and changes the way I look at certain things, both man-made and in nature.Published 3 months ago by Linda Johnson