I thought I'd try and do a Haiga using a plasticized lung as art. I've been doing a lot of haiku lately so I thought I'd try a different twist ;)
You always find three elements in haiga: an ink-brush or watercolor painting, a poem or poems, and calligraphy. The form is characterized by a fresh and spontaneous rendering of ordinary, everyday life--very much in the haiku spirit--as well as by simple subjects, loose and fluid brushstrokes, and plenty of white space. It is usually very sketch-like with spare images expressed with just a few lines, little detail, and one or two colors for added visual interest.
I fudged on the art but I've covered the rest, I think.
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