The concept of hiding and revealing type on the printed page and creating an art object is reminescent of Tom Philips’ treated novel; the humument, in which he drew and painted over 360 pages of dense type. The results of which are brilliant and can be found reproduced online on this excellent website.
Baby I`m sorry I`ve spent a lot of time in the Lightroom yesterday and on Hampstead Heath shooting .Please don`t cry,I`m here.I love you honey.I`m going to work now.I`ll be online at 10.00 I suppose on my break till 11.00.so I`ll come to you here baby I love you I miss you.I`ll dry your tears I love you baby my goofy one I love and I miss .I love you ,I miss you honey I need you forever baby
Term One: Follow this time-line of English Poetry and do an anthology of sorts. (Some firewalls may block access to this link - just a technical glitch. In that case, try this: shorten the URL to http://rpo.library.utoronto.ca/display/index.cfm then click on "e-Resources" which will take you to a search field. Type in "Representative Poetry".From that page, choose "timeline" and you'll be in the right place.)