“It has been my experience that folks who have no vices have very few virtues”
Art can be anything that creates some ind of reaction in people. And while “a picture is worth a thousand words”, sometimes it only takes a few words to create a even more powerful message. It is called typography, and have been getting a lot of momentum as of late. (Think about your girlfriends “Live, Laugh, Love” picture frame).
Now this is an area where almost anyone can find a great way to express themselves. Simply playing around with various fonts and directions can change the impact of a quote. This is a cheap art alternative also. You create your own and print it out on your own printer. You can even get iron on paper from a office store and iron it directly onto an art canvas.
So, with that said, I’ll even throw in a few great quotes that you can start playing with on your own.
“It ain’ what you don’t know that gets you in trouble. Its what you know for sure that just ain’t so.” Mark Twain
“During the first period of a man’s life the greatest danger is to not take the risk.” Soren Kierkegard
“Those who believe they are exclusively in the right are generally those who achieve something” Aldous Huxley
“At the beginning or the end of things, a man must sacrifice his gods to his passions or his passions to his gods.” Joseph Conrad.
“A true man wants two things: danger and play. For that reason he wants a woman, as the most dangerous plaything.” Fredrick Nietzsche
“A man can be destroyed but nor defeated.” Ernest Hemmingway
“Is a man who chooses to be bad in some way better than a man who has the good imposed upon him?” Anthony Burgess
“Great Men are almost always bad men.” Lord Acton
“ A strong man is strongest when he is alone.” Frederich Schiller
“The art of making love, muffled in furs, in the open air, with the thermometers at Zero, is a Yankee invention“. John Quincy Adams
“The opportunity to fail, fail big, and fail publicly means that we’re playing at a level high enough to feel the pressure.” Simon Sinek
“Everything comes to those who hustles while he waits.” Thomas Edison