It Is What It Is.

It Is What It Is. And what it is...is Art.IIWII 2006b [txt ©2011 jbb | img ©2011 am]

IIWII. It Is What It Is. But what is it? I’ll tell you what it is. It is genius. It Is what happens when an Artist and a Writer have 1 hour a day to create, design and put on paper their daily experiment. Simply put, It Is Art. It is guaranteed to stir you out of the doldrums of the everyday when you visit it Monday-Friday. Go check out the site, watch the project develop. I promise you won’t be disappointed.

You watch this project evolve here IIWII or check them out on their Facebook page here.

I leave you with the creators description of the project.
“When extemporaneous poetry meets improvised art: It Is What It Is. Collisions daily, Monday through Friday. [txt ©2011 jbb | img ©2011 am]”

—Savage1

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  1. After I originally commented I clicked the -Notify me when new feedback are added- checkbox and now every time a remark is added I get four emails with the same comment. Is there any method you may take away me from that service? Thanks!

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  2. Jonah McIntosh says:

    “I feel.. strange… I think someone’s been messing with my filters again…”

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  3. Thanks for the review! I wonder if you could add the URLs to our two pages somewhere? http://iiwiiproject.blogspot.com is the main repository (for now anyway) and we can be found on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/IIWIIProject

    Thanks again!

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  4. Here is the link to the “It Is What It Is” blog:
    http://iiwiiproject.blogspot.com/

    You can also find them on Facebook and become a fan:
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/It-Is-What-It-Is-Project/188698681149864

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  5. Erin Leon says:

    Hey this is going to be great….just make sure you write names under art posted, like Max’s piece and that it is copyrighted. Maybe you already did…. How do I follow this?? Thanks!
    Erin
    http://erinleon.blogspot.com/

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