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Book details
  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:62
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781667817521

Broken Polaroid Poems

Poetry and Art by Peter Shoukry

by Peter Shoukry

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Overview
Discover poems and illustrations by Artist Peter Shoukry. This book is the third phase of a five series art manifesto created by the artist. Broken Polaroid Poems will take you through a journey of self discovery of Love's past and future love. Each poem is inspired by love in its rawest form, unfiltered so the reader can relate with their own past experiences.
Description
Discover poems and illustrations by Artist Peter Shoukry. This book is the third phase of a five series art manifesto created by the artist. Broken Polaroid Poems will take you through a journey of self discovery of Love's past and future love. Each poem is inspired by love in its rawest form, unfiltered so the reader can relate with their own past experiences. The Artist encourages the reader to read just one poem every evening and then waiting until the next day to read the next one. There were a lot emotions evoked while writing these poems and taking a day to think about the poem can create a beautiful self discovery of the readers own feelings.
About the author
Peter Shoukry is a Contemporary Artist and Fashion Model from Los Angeles, Ca. Growing up, Peter was always naturally fascinated by art, from Mickey Mouse to Van Gogh he absorbed like a sponge everything that was drawn, sketched, or painted.  At the age of 16 Peter immersed himself in art completely to become a contemporary artist. A year later, his art was featured in 'Norbertellen Gallery' and 'The Happening Gallery' in Los Angeles. Shortly after, Peter had exhibitions in solo galleries and masterpieces sold to private collectors in various locations around the world. To help subsidize his artistic endeavors, Peter turned to modeling, and after walking over 70 runway shows across the globe for household names such as Calvin Klein, William Lei and Hugo Boss, he learned to relish what he describes as that, "Euphoric sense of taking on the world, alone and invincible, as you walk down the runway and into the eye of the storm." Peter took a lot of inspiration from fashion shows and meeting new people while constantly traveling to fashion weeks in every major city. In Peter's words, "Art to me is only art if it's trying to say something, I have never made an art piece to show something that is obvious, I will show it to you the way I see it. With every painting I try to make that line between reality and imagination thinner, until I have no idea what's real anymore. They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and since the beholder (me) is an artist, I can show you how or why it's beautiful."
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