Materials: Corian Stone, Aluminium, Brass, Wood and Paint
1200mm (w) x 200mm (d) x 1800mm (h)
When selecting your print and frame options below, click the ‘Clear Selection’ option if you do not wish to add that particular option to your purchase.
i.e. if you are buying a Print on Paper only you must use the Clear Selection’ option for all other dropdown options.
This will allow you to move to the next option and either add to your order or ‘Clear Selection’ again, and so-on until your order is ready to ‘Add To Cart’.
by The Artist Trebor
Ironically ‘WORDS’ is an anagram of ‘SWORD.’
History records an Assyrian Sage, Ahiqar, in 500BC coined a phrase in his early teachings,
“The word is mightier than the sword.”
Later, in 1839AD, English writer Edward Bulwer-Lytton lays claim to writing a line in his play ‘Richelieu: Or The Conspiracy’ “The PEN is mightier than the sword.”
No matter where the saying originated it will forever hold true. The written word is far more effective than violence as a tool for communicating one’s point of view.
Literary text has the power to influence, change or reinforce our perceptions of our world.
Beware though. All that is written is not true so again, ironically, comradery or conflict arises.