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May 18, 2010


Drew Burk

The term is "wabi-sabi", and it's an aesthetic based on imperfection as essential to beauty. Sometimes it's a matter of accepting a thing as it is, other times it's the intentional introduction of a flaw to an otherwise perfect thing. It's a nice concept.


Drew, FTW!
Thanks, man. I've been trying to remember/figure that out forever and all my lame google searches came back with nothing.
I think it may be one of my favorite concepts ever.

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