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5 thoughts on “bread and wine ambigram”

    1. Hmmm, Gillian… your comment presents more questions than response… why is this not aesthetically pleasing? What if I (and others) do find it aesthetically pleasing? Is beauty, then, solely in the eye of the beholder? Is there/can there be no agreement on what is aesthetically pleasing? Is intellectually pleasing being set over against aesthetically pleasing – or is this being intellectually pleasing part of its being aesthetically pleasing?… Blessings

  1. It is certainly aesthetically interesting, but I guess that interest, like pleasure, is dependent on what you like.
    What I found myself wondering is why anyone thought this was a nice thing to do, and how many hours were devoted to the task. And then I suppose we have to add the time that at least three of us have spent on looking at it, commenting, and deciding whether it is pleasing or not.
    while it would be thematically quite appropriate, I don’t think I’d like to see it embroidered on a frontal.

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